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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of flip-flop.

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Examples

  • Cooper’s expression flip-flopped from paralyzed fear to outright joy.

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  • Cooper’s expression flip-flopped from paralyzed fear to outright joy.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Cooper’s expression flip-flopped from paralyzed fear to outright joy.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Cooper’s expression flip-flopped from paralyzed fear to outright joy.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Cooper’s expression flip-flopped from paralyzed fear to outright joy.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • "Charlie Crist has flip-flopped on so many issues it's hard to keep track: on being a Jeb Bush Republican, promising not to raise taxes, supporting cap and trade, appointing liberal judges and endorsing the stimulus," Rubio spokesman Alex Burgos said in a statement.

    Crist vows to run as a Republican

  • Specifically, Haley said last September that she would not submit executive budgets to lawmakers – but then she flip-flopped earlier this week and said that she would.

    Cat Fight (Again)?

  • Cameron made no secret of his plans before the election but the Liberal Democrat approach to macroeconomic policy was broadly similar to Labour's until Clegg flip-flopped the weekend after polling day.

    Cuts offer Ed Miliband an open goal

  • Lieberman has flip-flopped like a mackerel for years so who knows what he'll do.

    Senators square off on health care

  • Senators who had sided with Mr. Durbin last year were reluctant to switch sides, both because they didn't want voters back home to think they had flip-flopped or backed Wall Street, lawmakers and lobbyists said.

    Banks Dealt a Debit Setback

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