Her shoulder-length blond hair, expertly coiffed and weave-dyed every few weeks, flopped forward.
The answer is that it was not, being instead a series of dissociated gestures that flopped right into a nihilistic void.
His right arm was fileted and dislocated, flopped to the side at a funny angle.
But Mutombo is a magnet, and people continued to stop by as he flopped into a folding chair.
The foreigners voted overwhelming for the most liberal candidate, Clegg, while Prime Minister Cameron flopped in a distant third.
He tossed a fish into the tank, and, after a brief moment of hesitation, in flopped the seal.
It flopped across the rock and slid gracefully into the sea.
Nathalie stirred restlessly, jumbled up her pillow, and then flopped over with a sigh.
The Queen scowled at them and flopped from her red side to her yellow side.
He tugged, he swam in frantic circles, he flopped and darted and sulked and rushed and leaped.
c.1600, probably a variant of flap with a duller, heavier sound. Sense of "fall or drop heavily" is 1836, that of "collapse, fail" is 1919; though the figurative noun sense of "a failure" is recorded from 1893. Related: Flopped; flopping.
1823, in the literal sense, from flop (v.). Figurative use by 1893.