flappernoun [ C ]uk /ˈflæp.ər/ us /ˈflæp.ɚ/
Examples from literature
- And the flapper, with a sinful pride, had shown him off to the family.
- Fleur was not a flapper, not one of those slangy, ill-bred young females.
- I tried to get advance information, but she blushed and giggled like any other flapper.
- The flapper gives him one long look, then bows her head.
- The young flappers were no doubt better engaged.