The sails had fallen off and they were flapping and thumping and clapping in the wind.
The cabman had put up his torch and was flapping his arms under his armpits.
He raised his head with a noise in his ears that was like the flapping of wings in the dark.
"There you are," said Pete, flapping the letter on one hand.
Roger thought of his torn flag, flapping in the wind on the top of the flagpole.
Yes, there was a flapping and a struggle—a big bird, it must be, labouring in the snow.
It was evident that many of the creatures were flapping about that deserted dining-room.
We were going down the stairway, and on all sides of us were sheets of flapping flame.
The other was trying to bandage a limp and flapping arm as he ran.
There, in the window, was the white-capped one, flapping pancakes.