slappy

adjective slap·py \ ˈslapē \

Definition of slappy

-er/-est
:marked by or productive of slapping
  • slappy tone-production marred what might otherwise have been one of the season's musical treats
  • —Virgil Thomson
  • thunderstorm suddenly gets slappy and twisty
  • Flying

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Origin and Etymology of slappy

3slap + -y


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