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flapper

noun flap·per \ˈfla-pər\

: a young woman in the 1920s who dressed and behaved in a way that was considered very modern

Full Definition of FLAPPER

1
a :  something used in flapping or striking
b :  one that flaps
c :  flipper 1
2
:  a young woman; specifically :  a young woman of the period of World War I and the following decade who showed freedom from conventions (as in conduct)

First Known Use of FLAPPER

circa 1570

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