English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "flap"

The bedsheets flapped on the clotheslineThe flag was flapping in the wind.

The bedsheets flapped on the clothesline.

The bat flapped its wings suddenly, and disappeared into the trees.

The little boy was running around the room, flapping his arms, and pretending he was a bird.

We tied back the flaps of the tent to let some morning sunlight in.

The pilot raised the flaps on the wings of the aircraft in order to reduce speed as they came down to land.

The 'rr' sound in the Spanish language is made by flapping the tongue against the roof of the mouth.

An injured bird was flapping around on the ground.

We raised the flaps over the windows in the tent to let some fresh air in.

The accident victim had a large flap of skin hanging from his forehead, and seemed to be unconscious.

The hummingbird can flap its wings 70 times every second.

Birds don't fly by flapping their wings up and down; the motion is more forward and backward, like a figure eight on its side.

Elephants perform greeting ceremonies when a member of the group returns after a long time away; the welcoming animals spin around, flap their ears, and trumpet.

While penguins cannot fly, they do flap their wings under water to aid in swimming.

A dragonfly flaps its wings 20 to 40 times a second, bees and houseflies 200 times, some mosquitoes 600 times, and a tiny gnat 1,000 times.


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