flop


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Synonyms for flop

Synonyms for flop

to drop or sink heavily and noisily

to hang limply, loosely, and carelessly

to move (one's arms or wings, for example) up and down

to be unsuccessful

to go to bed

one that fails completely

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an arithmetic operation performed on floating-point numbers

someone who is unsuccessful

a complete failure

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the act of throwing yourself down

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fall suddenly and abruptly

fail utterly

exactly

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Sanuk and Flip Flop Shops share the same passion for connecting with our consumers in a fun, healthy and meaningful way," said Brian Curin, size 10, the President of Flip Flop Shops.
Sticking with the 6c-6d, suppose the flop is now Qh-6h-6d, giving you four of a kind (quads, in poker speak).
Paired board: Any flop that produces a pair is a reason to hit the brakes -- especially if you failed to isolate an opponent and three or four players see the flop.
So, to please McKinney and his fellow podiatrists, try a flip flop compromise.
On balance, a marginal improvement of an average starting hand at the flop is a good enough reason to exit and wait for the next hand.
To continue the example, suppose that each new movie drawn in the replacement game is a flop.
It is the first in what will be a series of adventures for Flip Flop Flo.
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It tells your opponents that you were confident your hand was best before the flop, and you don't believe that your opponent improved enough with the community board to take the lead.
HERE are two more strip cartoons of the Flops for you to enjoy, dating from just over 60 years ago in the Evening Gazette.
In Arabic, the term for slippers is "shibshib," and three women in their early twenties -Nadia Ahmed, Sarah Hamza and Dina Naguib - have gotten together to create a brand which they've named " Shibshibi" (my slippers) taking the basic form of the flip flop and jazzing it up with bright colors, pompom embellishments and traditional patterns.
Now the creator of the Fosbury Flop is coming to Scotland to coach our young sports stars in how to bag a gold medal of their own.
Styled to resemble a comfortable flip flop and now with a new range of winter slipper designs, they are the perfect footwear to stay slim and trim all year round, from going about the daily routine to relaxing at home.
Collins, who took over as performance director after the Olympics, has his work cut out after this flop as Britain obviously has few genuine world class athletes.