Definition of Flapdoodles
1. flapdoodle [n] - See also: flapdoodle
Lexicographical Neighbors of Flapdoodles
Literary usage of Flapdoodles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Middle Years by Katharine Tynan (1917)
"The girl's mother—says Madame—cries unceasingly and Madame herself says they are ' flapdoodles.' Johnston was in the running for ..."
2. Annie Besant: An Autobiography by Annie Wood Besant (1893)
"Here, So-and-so "—to some one on whose countenance a faint gleam of comprehension was discernible—" tell these flapdoodles of the ages what I mean. ..."
3. Society of American Fakirs. of the Art Students' League of New York ...by Society of American Fakirs, Art Students' League by Society of American Fakirs, Art Students' League (1900)
"... his father's sausage farm, and lazily allowing the large, slippery flapdoodles to drop iuto his mouth, which saved him the ordinary trouble of eating. ..."
4. The Little Green God by Caroline Atwater Mason (1902)
"also, at these 'flapdoodles of the ages,' as HP Blavatsky used to sweetly call her followers. This Hindu humbug is her trade, that's all. ..."