A five, a four and the main,' shouted the big man, with a voice like the flap of a sail.
Anthony lifted the flap, holding up the lantern, and we both looked in.
Oh, I wish you could have seen him flap his wings with delight.
Then he let down the flap, and examined the empty pigeon-holes and dusty panelling.
I put gun and maps in the right pocket; food in that flap behind you.
The two men then advanced, while one threw open the flap of the tent.
He led the way into the tent, raising the flap for Jimmie and his captor to pass.
The tent was just as they had left it, and Meg cautiously unbuttoned the flap.
Because you feel that you must get up high enough to flap your wings.
Then she walked to the front of the tent, opened the flap, and looked out.