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Synonyms for flap

Synonyms for flap

an interruption of regular procedure or of public peace

to move (one's arms or wings, for example) up and down

to move or cause to move about while being fixed at one edge

to move through the air with or as if with wings

Synonyms for flap

an excited state of agitation

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the motion made by flapping up and down

a movable piece of tissue partly connected to the body

a movable airfoil that is part of an aircraft wing

move in a wavy pattern or with a rising and falling motion

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move noisily

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move with a thrashing motion

move with a flapping motion

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make a fuss

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pronounce with a flap, of alveolar sounds

References in periodicals archive ?
The incidence of lingual nerve injury in study group, where both lingual and buccal flap were raised) is 12.5% whereas in control group (only buccal flap raised) the incidence of lingual nerve injury is 6.25%.
Periosteal releasing incisions allowed a coronal displacement of the buccal flap enough to close the wound, using mattress and tension-free simple interrupted resorbable sutures (3/0 VicrylA)
With a gingivobuccal incision, a buccal flap was elevated and the anterior wall of the maxillary sinus was exposed.
The Roman, Aulus Cornelius Celsus, first described the use of bilateral buccal flap, made between horizontal parallel incisions with the pedicle based laterally, for upper lip reconstruction in the first century AD.
A full-thickness buccal flap was reflected and tied back to the vestibule using 2-0 silk suture material.
Oroantral communications described in the literature were secondary to extractions, excisions of cysts and tumors, sinus lifts ,periimplants.2,6 Methods of closure include buccal flap advancement, palatal flap advancement , Combined buccal and palatal technique, distant flaps, bone grafts and alloplastic materials.