In the interview, Nakamoto flatly denied being the creator of Bitcoin.
According to court documents, Hock flatly denies the allegations.
The authorities have flatly denied using live cartridges, stating that their rifles have only been loaded with rubber bullets.
Asked directly if she expects to have a unified Democratic Party behind her, Buono said flatly, “Well, we are working towards it.”
Hassan also flatly denies any involvement in military activities or the violent crackdown against demonstrators.
Sheriff Cook flatly refused to hand it over until it was ascertained whether it justly belonged to Foulk.
"I'm afraid our studies will take some time," Watson said flatly.
Thorax cap-shaped, flatly vaulted, with nine strong convex ribs, prolonged into slender free feet.
When Jane Macalister heard of the invitation, she flatly refused to accept it.
After some debate, therefore, I called up Sperry, but he flatly refused to go on any further.
early 14c., from Old Norse flatr, from Proto-Germanic *flataz (cf. Old Saxon flat "flat, shallow,: Old High German flaz "flat, level," Old English flet, Old High German flezzi "floor"), perhaps from PIE *plat- "to spread" (cf. Greek platys "broad, flat;" see plaice (n.)).
Sense of "prosaic, dull" is from 1570s; used of drink from c.1600; of musical notes from 1590s, because the tone is "lowered." Flat-out (adv.) "openly, directly" is from 1932; earlier it was a noun meaning "total failure" (1870, U.S. colloquial).
1801, from Scottish flat "floor or story of a house," from Old English flet "a dwelling, floor, ground," from the same source as flat (adj.).