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Definition of Floppily
1. floppy [adv] - See also: floppy
Lexicographical Neighbors of Floppily
Literary usage of Floppily
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1817)
"... on Saturday evening, and displayed a degree of firmness and greatness of mind on this trying occasion truly astonishing. floppily no lives were lost. ..."
2. The Hundred and Other Stories by Gertrude Hall Brownell (1898)
"He ran floppily about and about the floor, in his conscious, cringing, graceful way, waving his tail round and round, tossing back his long silk ears to ..."
3. Stella Maris by William John Locke (1913)
"... an overblown blonde, floppily attired, opened the door of her flat. "Hello! Who are you?" she asked. He explained that he was the husband of Mrs. ..."
4. What's the Matter with Ireland? by Ruth Russell (1920)
"In spite of combined hopes, the potato plants were floppily yellow that year. Their stems felt like a dead man's fingers. No potatoes to eat. ..."