2. Noun. (computing) a flippy disk ¹
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Definition of Flippy
1. flaring at the bottom [adj]
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Literary usage of Flippy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Light by Jacob Abbott (1871)
"It was indeed flippy. He was coming down the pier with a parcel in his hand. ... In a few minutes he returned, bringing flippy to the place where Lawrence ..."
2. New Pictures and Old Panels by Doran (John) (1859)
"... Curse her! and only think, flippy, that woman may be a Bishop's lady." " Go to bed," said flippy, " I 've just made it!" "And I, flippy," rejoined the ..."
3. Fairy Tale Plays and how to Act Them by Florence Eveleen Eleanore Olliffe Bell (1896)
"Oh, the flippy-flopping! oh, the drippy-dropping! Oh, the tumble and the nimble on the shiny floor! ... No more flippy-flopping, no more drippy-dropping ! ..."
4. A Book of Plays for Little Actors by Emma Louisa Johnston, Madalene Demarest Barnun (1907)
"Come, flippy! You shall have it all. Floppy. Wee, wee! Wee, wee ! Wee, wee ! Wee, wee! Wee, wee ! Wee, wee! Wee, wee 1 Wee, wee! ..."
5. Amanda; a Daughter of the Mennonites by Anna Balmer Myers (1921)
"This pretty girl, in her fancy clothes and with her flippy ways—I know she's flippy, I watched her in church—she takes his eye, and if she matches her dress ..."
6. Criminals I Have Known by Arthur Griffiths (1895)
"We give him three months—impudent rogue," roared the chairman, and flippy was carried off to find himself in his old quarters in ..."