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- adv. In a floppy manner
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Her costume was of a kind that may be described as the floppily artistic.
Now one of its fingers hangs as floppily as those on his left hand.
The small man's head whapped the floor, bouncing floppily several times.
My copy is a paperback and I experienced pretty severe pain in the wrists and the neck trying to contrive comfortable positions to balance this floppily-bloated agglomeration of dead trees for comfortable reading.
Adding insult to injury, the can won’t crush properly any more (as it’s lost all structural integrity at one end), with the razor edge floppily creasing into a certain number of spikes instead (2~4, usually), the lid won’t easily fit in (certainly not when it’s a shallow one like a tuna can), and nor will it trap.