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flintlock an obsolete gun mechanism in which a flint strikes steel, making a spark that ignites the priming powder. [2 definitions]
flinty made of or containing flint. [2 definitions]
flip1 to toss sharply so as to cause to turn over or spin. [9 definitions]
flip2 a mixed drink made with an alcoholic beverage, sugar, and beaten eggs.
flip3 (informal) disrespectful; discourteous. [2 definitions]
flip-flop a sudden reversal or change of mind, allegiance, or the like. [7 definitions]
flip one's lid (slang) to lose control of oneself.
flip one's wig (slang) to lose control of oneself.
flip out (informal) to lose control of one's emotions, esp. in anger or excitement.
flippant disrespectful or indifferent to someone or something worthy of respect; shallowly humorous.
flipper a wide, flat limb such as on a whale, sea turtle, sea lion, or other aquatic animal, used esp. for swimming. [3 definitions]
flip side (informal) the opposite, usu. less important, side of a phonograph record. [2 definitions]
flirt to act in a romantically or sexually enticing manner without serious intention; play at love. [6 definitions]
flirtation the act or practice of flirting. [2 definitions]
flirtatious inclined to flirt. [2 definitions]
flit to fly or dart quickly and lightly; flutter. [3 definitions]
flitch a salted and cured side of a hog; side of bacon. [4 definitions]
flitter to flutter.
float to rest, stay, or drift on the surface of a liquid or in the midst of a gas such as air without sinking. [14 definitions]
float around (informal) to be somewhere in the area (used when the precise location of someone or something is not known to the speaker.)
floater a person or thing that floats. [4 definitions]