flippy

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flippy (ˈflɪpɪ)
 
adj , -pier, -piest
(of clothes) tending to move to and fro as the wearer walks: little flippy skirts

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Main Entry:  flippy1
Part of Speech:  adj
Definition:  loose and flaring, as a skirt or other garment
Etymology:  1964
Main Entry:  flippy2
Part of Speech:  adj
Definition:  weird or peculiar
Etymology:  1957
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flippy

/flip'ee/ n. A single-sided floppy disk altered for double-sided use by addition of a second write-notch, so called because it must be flipped over for the second side to be accessible. No longer common.
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/flip'ee/ A single-sided floppy disk altered for double-sided use by addition of a second write-notch, so called because it must be flipped over for the second side (the "flip side") to be accessible. Used in the Commodore 1541 and elsewhere. No longer common.
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(2000-03-07)

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