- slack or loose, so as to flap readily.
Origin of flappy
Examples from the Web for flappy
Contemporary Examples of flappy
It would be like if after the 40th pipe in Flappy Bird was a scarecrow.Lost For Thousands of Strokes: 'Desert Golfing' Is 'Angry Birds' as Modern Art
January 2, 2015
Likewise, there may always be conspiracy theories about the “death” of Flappy Bird, too.
Flappy Bird had hit the big time—then disappeared just as fast.
Flappy Bird, though, ripped a corporate aesthetic and made it punk, in a way.
The fascinating tragedy of Flappy Bird might go down in history as a defining “grunge moment” for videogames.
Historical Examples of flappy
She turned her eyes from his and stroked the flappy white ears of Charles.The Incredible Honeymoon
Didn't that shapeless, flimsy, flappy little nuisance I allude to, rule the house from garret to cellar before it was a month old?The Life and Beauties of Fanny Fern
As Joan entered the dogs raised their absurd heads and with their flappy ears and padded paws patted the floor in welcome.The Shield of Silence
Harriet T. Comstock
But always before when she had seen him the great hound, with his flappy ears and wide mouth, had been chained.Six Little Bunkers at Mammy June's
Laura Lee Hope
Oh, look at that ducky little church and the women with flappy cappy things on their heads.'The Phoenix and the Carpet