Their wings are small and narrow, and look more like flappers, or stunted arms, than wings.
This they do in holes which they dig out with their flappers in the sand.
By the help of the tail and flappers they move quickly over the ground.
Of course she shouldn't have taken such a risk, but; what can you do with these flappers?
His symbol is a pair of flappers or castanets, which he carries in one hand.
Do any of the flappers at the club ever find it too hot to play?
If you want to compete with the flappers, you've got to play by the flapper rules.
Tender as butter, these flappers, for they're not much older.
He tells about the "flappers," and then about the "shifters."
Knoutings for flappers, say I, after returning from the pharmacy or drugstore.