verb (used without object), flopped, flop·ping.
verb (used with object), flopped, flop·ping.
Origin of flop
Related formsflop·per, noun
Examples from the Web for flopper
The Flopper scrubbed at his very dirty chin with a very dirty thumb and forefinger.
The Flopper shifted from foot to foot and licked his lips, stealing frightened glances at Madison's face.
Helena rose from her chair, and started for the door—but the Flopper blocked the way.
"Flopper, you go in there and stay with the Patriarch for awhile," she ordered curtly.
"God bless you, son," said the Flopper, while he flung an inward curse at the man who had laughed.