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Noun
A pair of leather or rubber eye cups attached to a horse hood in order to impede the rear vision of racehorses and harness horses
Noun
Plural for a thin, flat piece of material made of cloth, paper, metal, etc.
“The bright red suit had a flap of fabric from wrist to ankle that reminded Emily of a bat's wing.”
Noun
Plural for an act of flapping something, typically a wing or arm, up and down or from side to side
“The Butterfly Effect derives its name from the chaos theory which suggests that the simple flap of a butterfly's wings has the potential to set off a tornado thousands of miles away.”
Noun
Plural for a state of being nervous, anxious or agitated
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“She doesn't look to be in a flap about it, but then Kate never flaps, does she?”
Noun
Plural for a state of frenzied or excited emotion or activity
“There was a huge flap about the original iMac lacking a floppy drive.”
Noun
Plural for a feeling of worry or anxiety
Noun
Plural for a small piece of material attached to an object that provides information about it
Noun
Plural for a dispute carried on with heat or anger
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Noun
Plural for any projection or division, especially one of a somewhat rounded form
Noun
Plural for on-and-off device
Noun
Plural for a means of access or entry
Noun
Plural for the state of being bewildered or unclear in one's mind about something
Noun
Plural for conversation or chatter between two or more people
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Noun
Plural for a splasher (cover to prevent splashes)
Verb
To utter words using speech
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Verb
To flutter or wave around
“With the sound of the bugle, the flag would flap in the wind.”
Verb
To be agitated or panicky (over a given issue)
“She found that other people tended to flap and fuss over her problems more than she herself did.”
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To tremble or shake with a slight rapid motion
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To be limp or droop downwards
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To feel great fear about something
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To show, feel, or cause to feel, concern or worry
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To physically struggle or flail around clumsily
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Clucks or chuckles
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To emit a sudden, sharp cracking sound
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To discuss a given topic among a group
Verb
To strike or hit, especially repeatedly
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