Definition of Flat coat
1. Noun. The first or preliminary coat of paint or size applied to a surface.
Generic synonyms: Coat Of Paint
Specialized synonyms: Couch
Derivative terms: Ground, Prime, Undercoat
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flat Coat
Literary usage of Flat coat
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Complete Dog Book by William A. Bruette (1922)
"CURLY-COATED RETRIEVER The Curly-coated Retriever is a much older breed than the Flat-coat, which has to a great extent displaced him in the affections of ..."
2. Modern Painter's Cyclopedia by Frederick Maire (1918)
"... days previous to the application of the flat coat for the reason aready given and another very good one besides which is that the gloss coat being still ..."
3. British Dogs, Their Points, Selection, and Show Preparation by William D. Drury (1903)
"The points of conformation of the Curly-coated Retriever are, or should be, identical with those of the Flat-coat; but several variations are generally ..."
4. Exterior Painting; a Series of Practical Treatises on Material, Tools and by Frederick Maire (1910)
"If done in that way the flat coat will be held on by the third coat, and really, it will become a part of third coat itself. This is the only sure way of ..."
5. Interior Painting: A Series of Practical Treatises on Material; Tools and by Frederick Maire (1910)
"It might be that but one coat would be necessary yet as it would not be possible to give a good flat coat over another flat coat it will be necessary to ..."
6. Building Construction and Superintendence by Frank Eugene Kidder (1915)
"If penciling or striping of joints in either white, black or other color should be required, it should be specified after the application of the flat coat, ..."
7. The Organization, Construction and Management of Hospitals: With Numerous by Albert John Ochsner, Meyer Joseph Sturm (1907)
"The second coat should be a perfectly flat coat— namely, lead and turpentine, with only the minimum of oil, not over half a pint to the gallon. ..."