flappable

Related to flappable: unflappable

flap·pa·ble

 (flăp′ə-bəl)
adj. Informal
Easily excited or upset.

flappable

(ˈflæpəbəl)
adj
easily upset or agitated(of wings) able to be flapped

flap•pa•ble

(ˈflæp ə bəl)

adj. Informal.
easily upset or confused, esp. under stress.
[1965–70; back formation from unflappable]
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On ice, goalie Tuukka Rask with a .956 save percentage in the postseason appeared about as flappable as a Finn on cross-country skis.
Guest said: "I'm not the most flappable person in the world, but when his parents or anyone hadn't heard anything from him from Wednesday onwards, we were all terribly worried.
One well-known example was a pair of socks featuring the president's face and a flappable version of his signature golden-colored hair.
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And it was all going so well too, her grasp on portion control as wayward and inflated as ours, when suddenly out came what I can only describe as an illuminated moth with flappable wings.
I was a young, flappable reporter with the Syracuse Post-Standard in 1989 when I set out to do a profile of Judge Hancock, then on the state Court of Appeals.
Harvey's positive outlook was un flappable. "I've never seen a monument erected to a pessimist," he'd say.
If these cases taught us one clear lesson, that would be the impossibility to come up with clear-cut definition of flappable concepts like "obscenity" and "community standards."Aa
Not the winged variety it was intended for but a somewhat more flappable human who took a good look at the dummy and immediately returned a verdict of suicide.