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  • adj. Having flippers.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of flipper.


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flipper +‎ -ed


  • Star of the show is the quadruple-flippered Jungle Style.

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  • Mutant flippered pig-child cake reminds me just a bit of the Montauk Monster...

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  • And finally, we have our mutant flippered pig-child of perpetual worry:

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  • One of the most interesting ‘mystery carcass’ tales is that of ‘Gambo’*, a flippered sea creature apparently washed ashore on a Gambian beach in 1983.

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  • In a poster presented at the 1997 conference on secondarily aquatic vertebrates, Colin McHenry and I proposed that the flippered Jurassic marine crocodilian Metriorhynchus brachyrhynchus might have been a tough, aggressive little mother, a bit like the modern Pygmy killer whale Feresa attenuata.

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  • Obviously this is a typical specimen of our flippered friends.

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  • I would duck into a tent with a caramel apple and see the bearded lady, the flippered man, the Siamese twins.

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  • It didn't seem disposed to venture out, though, and Jay flippered past him a good fifteen feet away, staying wary.

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  • Caraco uses it, flips onto her side and swings one flippered foot backward, heel first, into the back of someone's knee.


  • You recall the young woman with the green scales and the flippered feet.

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