tent flap

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Noun1.tent flap - flap consisting of a piece of canvas that can be drawn back to provide entrance to a tenttent flap - flap consisting of a piece of canvas that can be drawn back to provide entrance to a tent
flap - any broad thin and limber covering attached at one edge; hangs loose or projects freely; "he wrote on the flap of the envelope"
fly tent - a tent with a fly front
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Good shops and restaurants are right on your tent flap.
While in Africa on safari this past spring, he gallantly did battle with a creature that had attached itself to the screen portion of our tent flap and would not leave.
Somehow the world looks more hopeful and exciting when you are peering out of a tent flap instead of a front door.
rolls down like a tent flap, revealing hook and loop ID panel and rows of web platform for attaching additional pouches.
I've had to slip in via the back door (or tent flap, if we're being literal) and have a shufty round by other means.
As I sat by the tent flap and watched my pal slip toward the caribou, I could see he was primed to make good on his vendetta.
No sooner had my head hit the rolled up towel I used for a pillow that I heard the distinct sound of the duty corporal coming through the lines, sticking his head through each tent flap and threatening people who didn't immediately bolt out of the sack.
When the husband and wife opened the tent flap, they found the man lying naked on top of the girl, whose pants and underpants had been removed.
Some hours later we were settled in for the night, but before settling down I warned my friend that all his goodnight embraces were to be done outside that tent flap, not inside, as we were in enough trouble already.
Oh, they've had some laughs on the road, like the windy day at the OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center when the tent flap had to be closed to protect the musicians.
Because, let's face it, we all know the only time laughing at rural oddballs and bumpkins isn't pant-wettingly hilarious is when you peer out your tent flap while camping to find them dancing naked round a burning wicker effigy of the goat god Pan.
From tent or cabin, a network of trails and roads--paved and unpaved--starts right outside the door or the tent flap.