from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not upset or excited; calm: "went about her business outwardly unflapped” ( Laurie Colwin).
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With a steaming cup outheld and carefully out of collision with the crowd, Mr. Haas unflapped a napkin with his free hand, inserting his foot in the rung of a chair and dragging it toward her.
After the match Pep Guardiola was unflapped and unfazed as normal, having predicted just a few short weeks ago that a league defeat was bound to come, sooner or later.
Still, her attorney remains unflapped in light of the story's new curves.
Calm and affable, but unflapped, Sulu didn’t flinch from the Klingon’s glare.