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  • n. The quality of being flip.


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flip +‎ -ness


  • That I even HAVE them speaks to some of the extra-curricular activities of late, but all flipness aside, one really has to be prepared.

    24 « March « 2009 « The Life and Times of Organic Mama

  • These are likely to be somewhat flip, but it's a flipness founded in loooove.

    i apologize for my strengths.

  • I have problems with excessive flipness in my writing; thank you for pointing that out.

    HH Com 286 (285)

  • The demon's answer is conclusive proof, despite its flipness, that he accepts the possibility of what I say.

    An East Wind Coming

  • Cruise has become intrigued by the faux-nostalgic flipness that has marked pop culture's recent forays into the Eighties, hence his impromptu trip to news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • There is a pervasive flipness to Saatchi that will be familiar to anyone who has spent much time in the "creative districts" of our cities, a snarkiness that sits oddly with the romantic view of artistic genius that he clearly holds dear and his undoubted boyish enthusiasm for the work he has bought, sold and exhibited.

    New Statesman

  • It was perceived to be a thumbing-your-nose attitude, a moral flipness, an arrogance, because nobody in this movie ever said, ‘I’m sorry I’ve killed somebody.’



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