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.

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  • 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.

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  • Still, her attorney remains unflapped in light of the story's new curves.

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  • Calm and affable, but unflapped, Sulu didn’t flinch from the Klingon’s glare.



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