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floppy

play
adjective, flop·py \ˈflä-pē\

Simple Definition of floppy

  • : soft and flexible

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of floppy

floppierfloppiest

  1. :  tending to flop; especially :  being both soft and flexible

floppily play \ˈflä-pə-lē\ adverb
floppiness play \ˈflä-pē-nəs\ noun

Examples of floppy in a sentence

  1. <my basset hound is always tripping over her long, floppy ears>



1858

First Known Use of floppy

1858


2

floppy

noun, flop·py

Definition of floppy

plural floppies



1974

First Known Use of floppy

1974


FLOPPY Defined for Kids

floppy

play
adjective flop·py \ˈflä-pē\

Definition of floppy for Students

floppierfloppiest

  1. :  being soft and flexible <a big floppy hat>





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