[flap-drag-uh n] /ˈflæpˌdræg ən/
an old game in which the players snatch raisins, plums, etc., out of burning brandy, and eat them.
the object so caught and eaten.
[flap-uh-ron] /ˈflæp əˌrɒn/ noun, Aeronautics. 1. a control surface functioning both as a and as an .
[flap-jak] /ˈflæpˌdʒæk/ noun 1. a pancake or griddlecake. 2. British. a small case for face powder; compact. /ˈflæpˌdʒæk/ noun 1. a chewy biscuit made with rolled oats 2. (US & Canadian, NZ) another word for pancake n. pre-1600, from flap + jack (n.), using the personal name in its generic object sense. noun A pancake […]
adjective Talkative; notably loquacious: to describe the flap-jawed Turner as outspoken (1950s+)