One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The giddiness faded from him, too, when he saw a soaking wet Robert half-leaning in the doorway, and a passed out Tobias cradled floppily in his arms.’
- ‘The child is to sit close to the table and place both elbows on the table, with both forearms extending upwards, and both hands hanging somewhat floppily from relaxed wrists.’
- ‘So yesterday I was just going to hang around the house all floppily and watch TV and maybe go through this DVD again.’
- ‘Unapologetically aimed at media-literate, pop-savvy youth, it opens on a mid shot of a floppily attired young male.’
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