Flapper may refer to:
- Flapper, a young, trendy woman in the 1920s
- Flapper, an unlicensed, unregulated working class greyhound racing practitioner in England, Scotland, and Ireland
- The Flapper, a movie about flappers from 1920
- Flappers (TV series), a Canadian sitcom produced by the CBC in the late 1970s
- Flapper valve, a part of some flush toilet mechanisms
- Flapper, a rock-climbing-related avulsion injury
- Flapper!, a play by Tim Kelly and Bill Francoeur
- Flapper, in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels (Part 3, Chapter 2), a servant employed by someone "important" to "flap" their eyes or ears when their attention is required.
- "Flappers", a theater book by Renaud Borderie (ed. L'Ire des Marges 2013) about F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda.
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