[flap-ee] /ˈflæp i/
adjective, flappier, flappiest.
slack or loose, so as to flap readily.
[flaps] /flæps/ noun, (used with a singular verb) Veterinary Pathology. 1. swelling of the lips of a horse. [flap] /flæp/ verb (used without object), flapped, flapping. 1. to swing or sway back and forth loosely, especially with noise: A loose shutter flapped outside the window. 2. to move up and down, as wings; flap the […]
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[flair] /flɛər/ verb (used without object), flared, flaring. 1. to burn with an unsteady, swaying flame, as a torch or candle in the wind. 2. to blaze with a sudden burst of flame (often followed by up): The fire flared up as the paper caught. 3. to start up or burst out in sudden, fierce […]
[flair-bak] /ˈflɛərˌbæk/ noun 1. a blast of flame that sometimes issues from the breech of a large gun or cannon when it is opened after firing. 2. a brief, unexpected recurrence: a flareback of winter in May.