flip-flap definition

  • verb:
    • To flop or flap about.
    • To flop or flap about.
    • To flop or flap about.
    • To flop or flap about.
    • To flop or flap about.
    • To flop or flap about.
    • To flop or flap about.
    • To flop or flap about.
    • To flop or flap about.
    • To flop or flap about.
  • noun:
    • The repeated stroke of anything long and free.
    • A continual light flapping; the repeated swing or noise created by the alternating motions of something wide, flat, and limber.
    • A somersault.
    • A flighty individual.
    • The repeated stroke of anything long and loose.
    • A continual light flapping; the repeated swing or sound created by the alternating movements of anything wide, level, and limber.
    • A somersault.
    • A flighty person.
    • A neuropterous grub, the dobson or hellgrammite.
    • a type of tea-cake.
    • A neuropterous grub, the dobson or hellgrammite.
    • a type of tea-cake.
    • The repeated swing of anything long and loose.
    • A continual light flapping; the consistent stroke or noise made by the alternating movements of something wide, flat, and limber.
    • A somersault.
    • A flighty individual.
    • A neuropterous grub, the dobson or hellgrammite.
    • some sort of tea-cake.
    • The repeated swing of one thing long and loose.
    • A continual light flapping; the repeated stroke or sound created by the alternating motions of some thing wide, level, and limber.
    • A somersault.
    • A flighty individual.
    • A neuropterous grub, the dobson or hellgrammite.
    • The duplicated stroke of anything long and free.
    • A continual light flapping; the repeated swing or noise produced by the alternating motions of some thing broad, flat, and limber.
    • A somersault.
    • A flighty individual.
    • A neuropterous grub, the dobson or hellgrammite.
    • some sort of tea-cake.
    • a type of tea-cake.
    • The repeated stroke of something long and free.
    • A continual light flapping; the consistent swing or noise created by the alternating moves of some thing wide, flat, and limber.
    • A somersault.
    • A flighty person.
    • A neuropterous grub, the dobson or hellgrammite.
    • The repeated stroke of some thing lengthy and loose.
    • The duplicated swing of some thing long and loose.
    • The repeated stroke of something long and free.
    • a type of tea-cake.
    • A continual light flapping; the repeated stroke or noise produced by the alternating movements of anything wide, flat, and limber.
    • A continual light flapping; the repeated swing or sound made by the alternating moves of anything broad, flat, and limber.
    • A continual light flapping; the repeated stroke or noise created by the alternating motions of one thing broad, flat, and limber.
    • A somersault.
    • A flighty person.
    • A somersault.
    • The repeated stroke of one thing long and free.
    • A flighty individual.
    • A neuropterous grub, the dobson or hellgrammite.
    • A neuropterous grub, the dobson or hellgrammite.
    • A continual light flapping; the repeated swing or sound produced by the alternating movements of one thing wide, level, and limber.
    • A kind of tea-cake.
    • A somersault.
    • A flighty person.
    • A neuropterous grub, the dobson or hellgrammite.
    • A kind of tea-cake.
    • A somersault.
    • A flighty person.
    • a type of tea-cake.
    • A neuropterous grub, the dobson or hellgrammite.
    • a type of tea-cake.
  • adverb:
    • With duplicated shots and sound, as of some thing long and free.
    • With duplicated shots and noise, by something long and free.
    • with duplicated shots and noise
    • With repeated strokes and noise, as of something long and loose.
    • with duplicated shots and sound
    • with duplicated shots and sound
    • With repeated strokes and sound, as of anything long and free.
    • With duplicated shots and noise, as of one thing lengthy and free.
    • with repeated shots and noise
    • with repeated shots and sound
    • With repeated strokes and sound, at the time of some thing long and loose.
    • With duplicated strokes and noise, since something lengthy and loose.
    • With repeated shots and noise, at the time of one thing long and free.
    • With duplicated shots and sound, since anything lengthy and loose.
    • with repeated strokes and sound
    • With duplicated shots and noise, as of some thing long and free.
    • with repeated shots and sound
    • with repeated shots and sound
    • with repeated strokes and sound
    • with repeated shots and sound
  • others:
    • With a flapping sound.
    • With a flapping sound.
    • With a flapping sound.
    • With a flapping noise.
    • With a flapping sound.
    • With a flapping sound.
    • With a flapping noise.
    • With a flapping noise.
    • With a flapping noise.
    • With a flapping noise.

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