- easily upset or confused, especially under stress.
Origin of flappable
First recorded in 1965–70; back formation from unflappable
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Examples from the Web for flappable
In my experience, covering the campaign for its entire 21-month lifespan, both Obama and Plouffe were, in fact, flappable.Tensions on the Campaign Team
October 30, 2009