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adjective: Staying calm even in difficult circumstances.
From Middle English flap (to beat or shake), probably of imitative origin. Earliest documented use: 1958.
“Nothing seemed to faze the unflappable Alvin.”
Margie House Neal; Hummingbird Memories; Xlibris; 2012.
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