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flap

Synonyms of flap in English:

verb

  • 1 the mallards flapped their wings
    beat, flutter, agitate, wave, wag, swing
  • 2 the flag flapped in the breeze
    flutter, fly, blow, swing, sway, ripple, stir
  • noun

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  • 1 pockets with buttoned flaps
    fold, overlap, covering
  • 2 a few flaps of the wing
    flutter, fluttering, beat, beating, waving
  • 3 informal I'm in a desperate flap
    panic, fluster, state, dither, twitter, stew, tizzy
  • 4 informal she created a flap with her controversial statement
    fuss, commotion, stir, hubbub, storm, uproar;
    controversy, brouhaha, furor
    informal to-do, ballyhoo, hoo-ha
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