flapper
 n.— «In the early 1930s he sold his shares and paid £24,000 for an unlicensed dog track—a “flapper,” as they are called—upon whose land Walthamstow was built.» —“The last days of Walthamstow Stadium” by Laura Thompson The Observer (United Kingdom) July 27, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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