OTHER WORDS FROM flapperflap·per·dom, nounflap·per·ish, adjectiveflap·per·ism, noun
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Replacing a standard flapper, generally for less than $10, is relatively easy, he says.How to tackle the home maintenance to-do list you ignored during the pandemic|Jura Koncius|June 24, 2021|Washington Post
Our stereotype of the ‘Roaring Twenties’ is cocaine, nightclubs, and flapper girls.Sarah Waters: Queen of the Tortured Lesbian Romance|Tim Teeman|September 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Standing on the pier was a crowd of tearful fans, dressed in their best flapper frocks.Tallulah Bankhead: Gay, Drunk and Liberated in an Era of Excess Art|Judith Mackrell|January 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This brings us to the flapper, the suffragette, and, finally, that über-American icon: the screen siren.
Fleur was not a flapper, not one of those slangy, ill-bred young females.The Forsyte Saga, Volume III.|John Galsworthy
The sick man moved a hand, weakly, as though it were the yellow flapper of some wounded amphibian.The Shadow|Arthur Stringer
The motor chugged slowly up Broadway, nosing for a path about a slowly driven truck; the flapper looked back.
Now in his hot rage he included the flapper in the glare he put upon her unconscious father.
But during pauses in the afternoon's work the island vision became blurred by the singular energies of the flapper.