[ verb ] fall loosely
"He flopped into a chair"
Used in print(W. H. Gass, "The Pedersen Kid," in The...)
His head flopped back .(E. Lucas Myers, "The Vindication of Dr. Nestor,"...)
Seems like she 's willing , but the male just flops around all day like the bashful boy who took Jeannie_May behind the barn and_then did n't know what to do , and the people at the zoo have n't got any vulture chicks to show for their trouble .
[ verb ] fall suddenly and abruptly
Used in print(Jim Thompson, The Transgressors....)
McBride staggered into the street , flopped sprawling in the stinging dust .
[ adverb ] with a flopping sound
"he tumbled flop into the mud"