flop as

flop as something

to be a failure in a particular aspect of something in one's life or career. He flopped as an actor. I don't want to flop as a public speaker.
See also: flop
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If in later position, the only goal is to see the flop as cheaply as possible.
A Rowlands' memory is certainly accurate regarding the hats worn by Helen Flop as can be seen i 1n one of the cartoons presented here.
In a loose game, where players will see a flop with almost anything, you should beware a raggedy flop as there is a decent chance that someone will make up a low two pair there and then.
By using a flip flop as an iconic symbol, we want to combine LA's chilled out style with the Kiwi quirky attitude to create a unique journey to London.