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flatfoot flat·foot (flāt'fut')
n. pl. flat·feet (-fēt')
A condition in which the arch of the foot is abnormally flattened down so that the entire sole makes contact with the ground. Also called splayfoot, talipes planus.
A police officer or detective: The flat-feet scratched their heads (1899+)