adjective, flop·pi·er, flop·pi·est.
noun, plural flop·pies.
Related formsflop·pi·ly, adverbflop·pi·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for floppy
So the discs get all floppy, swollen, pop out left, pop out right.Why Is Louis C.K. So Funny? He Uses Humor as a Moral Compass.|Andrew Romano|May 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The 29-year-old actor, with his floppy hair and nerd-cute, Everyman attractiveness, looks like the Nice Guy.John Gallagher Jr., Star of ‘Newsroom’ and ‘Short Term 12,’ Is Hollywood’s Nicest Guy|Kevin Fallon|August 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The woman who grasped Britain's unions by the neck and hurled them repeatedly against the wall, like some floppy rag doll.How Margaret Thatcher Transformed British Politics|Tunku Varadarajan|April 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I wear a floppy bonnet with peacock feathers and whisper Hail Marys under my breath until noon, when I break for snacks.
Solid construction, with a sort of floppy, flexible rubber flap under the “hairs” to give them a little more structure.
The rifle, which seemed as much a part of his usual costume as his floppy hat, was under his arm.Sudden Jim|Clarence Budington Kelland
So the gnarble swam around inside, trying very hard to think, And while he did, his floppy tail was tickling the plink.FreeChildrenStories.com Collection|Daniel Errico
So stick out those big, floppy ears of yours and really listen.Masters of Space|Edward Elmer Smith
Of course, Betty was equally ignorant of why she was made to pose with a floppy bow around her neck, tied to an annoying rock.The Wee Scotch Piper|Madeline Brandeis
Peter was a large-minded person; he did not mind that Hilary wore no collar and a floppy tie.The Lee Shore|Rose Macaulay