flapdoodle definition

  • noun:
    • Slang Foolish talk; nonsense: "Behind the traveler flap-doodle, genuine [Key West] cooking is produced by the descendants of Bahamian English and Cubans, just who migrated for this red coral reef over a century ago” ( Betty Fussell).
    • nonsense
    • Slang Foolish talk; nonsense: "Behind the visitor flap-doodle, genuine [Key West] cooking is made by the descendants of Bahamian English and Cubans, which migrated to the coral reef over a century ago” ( Betty Fussell).
    • Speakers and authors of nonsense.
    • nonsense
    • The things by which fools are feigned become nourished; meals for fools.
    • Speakers and authors of nonsense.
    • Transparent pretense or nonsense, as gross flattery, nonsensical talk, or silly boasting.
    • The things by which fools are feigned become nourished; meals for fools.
    • Transparent pretense or nonsense, as gross flattery, absurd talk, or foolish boasting.
    • Slang Foolish talk; nonsense: "Behind the visitor flap-doodle, authentic [Key Western] cooking is generated by the descendants of Bahamian English and Cubans, just who migrated to the red coral reef over a hundred years ago” ( Betty Fussell).
    • nonsense
    • Speakers and writers of nonsense.
    • The stuff which fools tend to be feigned becoming nourished; food for fools.
    • Slang Foolish talk; nonsense: "Behind the traveler flap-doodle, authentic [Key West] cooking is made by the descendants of Bahamian English and Cubans, just who migrated for this red coral reef over a century ago” ( Betty Fussell).
    • Transparent pretense or nonsense, as gross flattery, absurd talk, or foolish boasting.
    • nonsense
    • Speakers and writers of nonsense.
    • The things upon which fools are feigned to-be nourished; meals for fools.
    • Transparent pretense or nonsense, as gross flattery, absurd talk, or foolish boasting.
    • Slang Foolish talk; nonsense: "Behind the tourist flap-doodle, authentic [Key West] cooking is produced by the descendants of Bahamian English and Cubans, who migrated to this coral reef over a century ago” ( Betty Fussell).
    • nonsense
    • Speakers and article authors of nonsense.
    • The things upon which fools are feigned to-be nourished; meals for fools.
    • clear pretense or nonsense, as gross flattery, nonsensical talk, or silly boasting.
    • Slang Foolish talk; nonsense: "Behind the tourist flap-doodle, authentic [Key West] cooking is created by the descendants of Bahamian English and Cubans, who migrated to this coral reef over a hundred years ago” ( Betty Fussell).
    • Slang Foolish talk; nonsense: "Behind the tourist flap-doodle, authentic [Key West] cooking is produced by the descendants of Bahamian English and Cubans, who migrated to this coral reef over a century ago” ( Betty Fussell).
    • nonsense
    • nonsense
    • Speakers and writers of nonsense.
    • Speakers and authors of nonsense.
    • Slang Foolish talk; nonsense: "Behind the visitor flap-doodle, genuine [Key Western] cooking is made by the descendants of Bahamian English and Cubans, which migrated to this red coral reef over a hundred years ago” ( Betty Fussell).
    • Slang Foolish talk; nonsense: "Behind the visitor flap-doodle, authentic [Key West] cooking is generated by the descendants of Bahamian English and Cubans, which migrated to this coral reef over a hundred years ago” ( Betty Fussell).
    • The material on which fools tend to be feigned to-be nourished; food for fools.
    • nonsense
    • clear pretense or nonsense, as gross flattery, absurd talk, or silly boasting.
    • Slang Foolish talk; nonsense: "Behind the visitor flap-doodle, authentic [Key West] cooking is generated by the descendants of Bahamian English and Cubans, which migrated to this coral reef over a century ago” ( Betty Fussell).
    • The material by which fools tend to be feigned to-be nourished; meals for fools.
    • Speakers and article writers of nonsense.
    • nonsense
    • clear pretense or nonsense, as gross flattery, absurd talk, or foolish boasting.
    • The stuff on which fools tend to be feigned is nourished; meals for fools.
    • nonsense
    • Speakers and writers of nonsense.
    • Transparent pretense or nonsense, as gross flattery, nonsensical talk, or silly boasting.
    • Speakers and article authors of nonsense.
    • The material by which fools are feigned become nourished; meals for fools.
    • The material where fools tend to be feigned become nourished; food for fools.
    • Transparent pretense or nonsense, as gross flattery, nonsensical talk, or foolish boasting.
    • clear pretense or nonsense, as gross flattery, nonsensical talk, or foolish boasting.

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