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 for flip-
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Flip \Flip\ (fl[i^]p), n. [Cf. Prov. E. flip nimble, flippant,
     also, a slight blow. Cf. Flippant.]
     A mixture of beer, spirit, etc., stirred and heated by a hot
     [1913 Webster]
     Flip dog, an iron used, when heated, to warm flip.
        [1913 Webster]

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Flip \Flip\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Flipped (fl[i^]pt); p. pr. &
     vb. n. Flipping.]
     1. To toss (an object) into the air so as make it turn over
        one or more times; to fillip; as, to flip up a cent.
        [1913 Webster]
              As when your little ones
              Do 'twixt their fingers flip their cherry stones.
                                                    --W. Browne.
        [1913 Webster]
     2. To turn (a flat object) over with a quick motion; as, to
        flip a card over; to flip a pancake.
     3. To cause (a person) to turn against former colleagues,
        such as to become a witness for the state, in a criminal
        prosecution in which the person is a defendant. [cant]
     4. (Finance) To resell (an asset) rapidly to make a quick
        profit. [cant]

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Flip \Flip\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Flipped (fl[i^]pt); p. pr. &
     vb. n. Flipping.]
     To become insane or irrational; -- often used with out; as,
     seeing her mother killed made the girl flip out.

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  227 Moby Thesaurus words for "flip":
     about-face, afterthoughts, all jaw, anger, be angry, be excitable,
     beak, beat, bellow, better thoughts, bicker, biggety,
     blow a gasket, blow up, bluff, bob, bowl, brash, brush, bunt,
     candid, cast, catapult, catch fire, catch the infection,
     change of mind, change of pace, change-up, chatty, cheeky, chuck,
     chunk, chutzpadik, cocky, come apart, come unstuck, communicative,
     contemptuous, conversational, crack, crack up, crusty, curve, dab,
     dance, dart, dash, derisive, disrespectful, downcurve, effusive,
     excite easily, expansive, explode, facy, fastball, fillip, fire,
     fire up, flame up, flap, flare up, flash up, flick, flicker, fling,
     flip out, flip-flop, flippant, flirt, flit, flitter, flop, flounce,
     fluent, flutter, fork, forward pass, frank, freak, freak out,
     fresh, gabby, gally, garrulous, gassy, get excited, glib,
     go berserk, go crazy, go haywire, go into hysterics, go mad,
     go pitapat, go to pieces, gossipy, gratuitous, graze, gregarious,
     gushy, gutter, have a tantrum, heave, hit the ceiling, hitch, hurl,
     hurtle, impertinent, impudent, incurve, jerk, jig, jigger, jigget,
     jiggle, jog, joggle, knuckleball, lance, lateral, lateral pass,
     launch, let fly, lob, long-winded, loquacious, lose courage,
     lose self-control, malapert, mature judgment, multiloquent,
     multiloquious, nervy, newsy, outcurve, overtalkative, palpitate,
     pass, pat, peck, peg, pelt, pert, pick, pitch, pitchfork,
     pitter-patter, pluck, prolix, pulse, put, put the shot, rage, ramp,
     rant, rant and rave, rap, rave, reversal, reverse, right-about,
     right-about-face, rude, run a temperature, sassy, saucy, screwball,
     second thoughts, seethe, serve, service, shot-put, shy, sinker,
     slat, slider, sling, smart, smart-alecky, smart-ass, smolder,
     smooth, snake, snap, snatch, sociable, spin, spitball, spitter,
     splutter, sputter, start, storm, sudden pull, take fire, talkative,
     talky, tap, tergiversating, tergiversation, throb, throw, tickle,
     tilt, tip, toss, touch, turn, turn a hair, turnabout, turnaround,
     tweak, twist, twitch, uncalled-for, upcurve, verbose, volte-face,
     voluble, wave, waver, whisk, windy, wise-ass, wrench, yank, yerk

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