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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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The Power Delay Product of pulsed latch is found to be improved by 67.45% in pulsed latch and master slave flip flop. The Power Delay Product of SSASPL is found to be improved by 85.6% than PPCFF.
Kolo, "A new tear pattern of the rotator cuff and its treatment: Fosbury flop tears," International Journal of Shoulder Surgery, vol.
This time the opponent had A-Q, and of course another ace spiked the flop.
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.
With a conventional flip flop, "There's no support for the arch, the heel or the medial column," McKinney said.
For example, in a six-handed cash game you want two players who see the flop a lot and for the other players to be really tight.
Aluminum and mica flakes are very popular for automotive coatings because they provide attractive appearance, notably sparkle and a dark-light effect known as flop or travel.
She had an unsuited 8-3 and was ready to fold when I suggested that, actually, the flop could possibly reveal two more eights and another three, i.e., a full house.
Then, in 1973, Hilly Kristal opened Country, Bluegrass and Blues (CBGB) and Other Music for Uplifting Gourmandizers (OMFUG) on the ground floor of the Palace Hotel flop at 315 Bowery, across from Bleecker.
Should that be the case, the Dog can give the Bat a "flip flop" call.
That stroppy clop is replaced with a sloppy flop, as you drum a lazy reggae beat on the sun-drunk street.
Each movie is of one of five types: new hit, new flop, old hit, old flop, and finished.
From FLIPFLOPSTYLE.COM comes the "decorate your own" flip flop sandal kit that allows children to express their own creativity and style.
Flop: The new prescription-drug law covers less than a fourth of the total drug costs of the elderly and disabled, actually reducing drug benefits for millions currently covered by both Medicare and Medicaid, and prohibits Medicare from negotiating with drug companies for lower prices.