open flap n.
See flat flap.
Close to the open flap of the tent two dogs were curled, both sleeping soundly, so silent had been the approach of the trio.
A faint tint of dawn was appearing at the open flap of the door.
Stationed at an open flap in the floor, Dacres "conned" the descending part of the airship under his command.
They rolled along for about fifty yards, and halted by the side of a big tent with an open flap at one side.
Meanwhile Smithy, though doubtless shivering like a leaf, had reached the open flap of the tent.
A dim light sifted through the open flap by which the men had gone out with their load of powder.
Antony forced the offered flask into the girl's mouth and 29 dragged her backward through the open flap.
He stood by the open flap of the tent, a black silhouette of man and gun.
They were all in a hurry and they jostled each other in their eagerness to get through the open flap.
Crittenden turned to look and laugh, and a bullet cut through the open flap of his shirt, just over his heart.