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flatter

1. a blacksmith's tool, resembling a flat-faced hammer, that is placed on forged work and struck to smooth the surface of the forging
2. a die with a narrow rectangular orifice for drawing flat sections
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A lively look filled with color and flattering design.
Black is elegant on many occasions, but as we add years on our 'life bouquet,' it becomes less flattering. Our skin tends to become white and black hair and dark clothes create too much contrast that draws attention to the defects: wrinkles, dark circles and so on.
It's flattering but I want to concentrate on the present and that's here.
HIGHLIGHT YOUR BEST BITS A v-neck will show off a great cleavage, the belt on this will create a flattering hourglass silhouette.
In a bright shade of pink, this comfortable piece features flattering ruching and adjustable shoulder straps.
Actress Maricar Reyes wears the season's offerings of bold palettes, flattering silhouettes, and a rainbow of colors from a number of brands at Robinsons Department Store.
[A] There are two simple pant alteration solutions for flattering full thighs.
It shows how to make connections between initial options and end results, how to pose the entire body for a flattering look, and how to blend subjects with scenes that flatter them.
Cowl necks, which are always flattering to busty ladies, make an appearance, as do sailor-inspired side buttons on pants and skirts.
Ince remains committed to the Championship team though admits being linked with top sides is flattering.
But it always flattering that people are thinking about you for certain casting roles.