verb (used with object), flipped, flip·ping.
verb (used without object), flipped, flip·ping.
- to react to something in an excited, astonished, or delighted manner: He really flipped over his new girlfriend.
- to become insane, irrational, angry, or highly excited (often followed by out).
Origin of flip1
Examples from the Web for flipped
He flipped the two women onto their stomachs, flex-cuffing their wrists.
First, the amazing and oft-commented upon speed at which public opinion has flipped.
I flipped through Google Images and found about 50 shots of Affleck giving that kind of smile in public situations.Ben Affleck Delivers the Best Performance of His Career in ‘Gone Girl’|Kevin Fallon|October 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She reached around my hip and flipped up the depressed red button on my individual alarm.
That number has now flipped, with 58 percent no longer believing money is the equivalent of speech.
The man never moved a muscle, and quietly raising his right hand, flipped it away with his fingers and thumb.
A telephone book was flipped over until the letter Q was reached.Ashton-Kirk, Criminologist|John T. McIntyre
Hastily Cindy slid a fork under the burning bacon and flipped it over.We Were There at the Oklahoma Land Run|James Arthur Kjelgaard
He flipped his hand to set up another vortex of light, and he saw the first rip that formed in the membrane.The Finding of Haldgren|Charles Willard Diffin
He flipped a switch that cut his helmet transmitter into the remote standard vehicular radio circuit aboard the patrol car.Code Three|Rick Raphael