floppy

[flop-ee]
adjective, floppier, floppiest.
1.
tending to flop.
noun

Origin:
1855–60; flop + -y1

floppily, adverb
floppiness, noun
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floppy (ˈflɒpɪ)
 
adj , -pier, -piest
1.  limp or hanging loosely: a dog with floppy ears
 
n , -pier, -piest, -pies
2.  short for floppy disk
 
'floppily
 
adv
 
'floppiness
 
n

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Floppy definition

programming, tool
A Fortran coding convention checker. A later version can generate HTML.
See also Flow.
ffccc posted to comp.sources.misc volume 12.
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floppy definition


floppy disk

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Example sentences
As their fat is depleted, the humps become floppy and flabby.
Shoving back his floppy hat, he decided to call it quits for the day.
Others filter seawater through a sieve or measure the location of floppy sea
  palms with a transit.
He was barefoot, wearing only white canvas shorts and a floppy hat, which he'd
  decorated with a long plume of feathers.
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