from The Century Dictionary.
- To fillip.
- noun A fippenny bit.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun US, obsolete
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Just another fip-flopper of the Billary Clinton campaign ...
My tube pan does not have a removable bottom, so I should flip it out of the pan and then fip it right side up again?
Not only has he fip-floped on so many subjects but he himself has played the race card.
He fip-floped yet agian saying that those people where expresing veiws in which he did not share.
Pepper is fip-floppin', because he won't be able to stand the heat in the kitchen, that is the new kind of mayor's seat of authority.
He got up, grasping his hanger to keep the brass fip of the scabbard from rattling on the floor, and padded across the sanctuary.
Well, I coaxed Cale to 'gree to wuck one monfh for heseff and de oder monfh fur massa, and I come home; but it warn't ob no use; Cale would wuck, but massa neber seed a fip ob de pay.
I bet ye a fip ef hit wus a show with hosses an 'gals ur singin' niggurs he'd bust a biler to go.
"I'll bet a fip Uncle Ned will say: 'Well, he's another notch nearer hell.'"
A fip in Maryland was six and a quarter cents, called fourpence in