When he flaps his wings or even moves a quill the thunder peals.
His six 50's flamed and the recoil set the Thunderbolt back on her flaps.
“Allow no one to enter, orderly,” he said and closed the flaps.
Flaps his hands in his side-pockets, Winks to all the throng below!
And with a deep bow, even to the flaps of his saddle, he rode past her.
He was holding apart the flaps of his cassock like the tails of a coat.
A half dozen flaps carried him abreast of the floating board.
Praise to the mule, his clothes is mostly strings and flaps.
As it was rather warm, they left one of the flaps open to admit the air.
The seats of good saddles are generally of pigskin, and the flaps of cow-hide.