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- adj. That flaps or flap.
- n. An instance where one flaps.
- n. A phonological process found in many dialects of English, especially American English and Canadian English, by which intervocalic /t/ and /d/ surface as the alveolar flap /ɾ/ before an unstressed syllable, so that words such as "metal" and "medal" are pronounced similarly or identically.
- v. Present participle of flap.
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- n. the motion made by flapping up and down
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An empty carton along one side, in the grass; a label flapping in the wind.
But, seriously, for Obama to deride anyone's experience in anything other than jaw-flapping is ridiculous.
But if wing flapping is so important, and if (according to some studies) comb and wattle size isn't, why possess the big comb and wattle at all?
Hey folks, we got to get Kenny Boy “Lips” Mehlman out there again flapping his lips at the folks.
What life remained on the streets was completely adult: Mr. Erhard holding the lines of the town horses, great rumped and hairy footed, with red ribbon woven through the braided plugs of their tails and little silk Union Jacks flapping from the top of the hames.
Nothing but a curtain flapping, or a shadder, for the poor dears is sleeping like lambs. '
I looked up through the smoke of my cigarette and my eye lodged for a moment upon the burning coals, and that old fancy of the crimson flag flapping from the castle tower came into my mind, and I thought of the cavalcade of red knights riding up the side of the black rock.
An empty tomato can lay on its side, its red label flapping in the breeze.
With some skin flapping and the blood gushing, I realized that a simple Band-Aid wouldn’t suffice.
“Airplane, airplane!” he shouted in Arabic, flapping his arms like a child imitating a bird.