Definition of floppily in US English:

floppily

adverb

  • See floppy

    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Unapologetically aimed at media-literate, pop-savvy youth, it opens on a mid shot of a floppily attired young male.’
    • ‘So yesterday I was just going to hang around the house all floppily and watch TV and maybe go through this DVD again.’
    • ‘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.’

Pronunciation

floppily

/ˈfläpəlē/