Antonyms for flapped

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


A big one flapped up out of that bush, with a small bird in its claws.

Every time I've done something wild and foolish, I've flapped first like this.

The tent rocked and bellied, bellied and flapped with reverberations like drum-beats.

Then with Eigil's help he put on the feathers, flapped his wings and rose into the air.

She picked it up and flapped the cover once or twice to get rid of dust that might have settled there.

Jack laughed, but was so surprised he flapped his and croaked.

Then the Ravens flapped away and Mananaun came to where the King was standing.

The first blow of the axe startled the birds, and they flapped a short way off.

Glaubmann flapped his right hand in a gesture of laissez-faire.

Once he flapped and flapped his great wings, Soaring like an aeroplane.