Definition of Flapping:
Synonyms of Flapping:
Sentence/Example of Flapping:
He moved the runoff absentee ballot request to a small check box on the flap, along with other less critical parts that nonetheless are required by law, such as that felony line.
Flatten the fortune teller so the triangular flaps are on top.
For the winter, they are exploring heat lamps and covered tents with flaps — though that risks at least partly defeating the biggest benefit of outdoor dining, creating a semi-closed space.
The “butterfly effect” refers, of course, to chaos theory and a 1972 talk, from Edward Lorenz, on whether the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil could set off a tornado in Texas.
The design features a small flap on each side to hold the filter, which sits next to your face and is prone to bunching, especially when you pull the mask down for a drink.
Rather than relying on a zipper than can snag or fail, the company used a clever magnetic flap for speedy, reliable snack access.
Significantly, a procedure to close a small hole on the roof of my mouth by using a skin flap failed immediately, very likely because of the prior radiation.
But, later, he grew afraid of the shadows of window-curtains and the flapping of doors and the creaking of shutters.
The regular Korean man's hat, with its flapping wings, was next put on, and this part of the ceremony was complete.
She felt her sails flapping about her, but none the less was she determined to reach her goal if she had to get out and swim.