floppy

Fluffy vs Floppy - What's the difference?

fluffy | floppy |


As a proper noun fluffy

is a popular given name for a pet, often for a cat.

As an adjective floppy is

limp, not hard, firm, or rigid; flexible.

As a noun floppy is

(computing) a floppy disk.

Floppy vs Lax - What's the difference?

floppy | lax |


As an adjective floppy

is limp, not hard, firm, or rigid; flexible.

As a noun floppy

is (computing) a floppy disk.

Slack vs Floppy - What's the difference?

slack | floppy |


As a verb slack

is .

As an adjective floppy is

limp, not hard, firm, or rigid; flexible.

As a noun floppy is

(computing) a floppy disk.

Saggy vs Floppy - What's the difference?

saggy | floppy |


As adjectives the difference between saggy and floppy

is that saggy is baggy or loose-fitting while floppy is limp, not hard, firm, or rigid; flexible.

As a noun floppy is

(computing) a floppy disk.

Floppy vs Stiff - What's the difference?

floppy | stiff |


As adjectives the difference between floppy and stiff

is that floppy is limp, not hard, firm, or rigid; flexible while stiff is of an object, rigid, hard to bend, inflexible.

As nouns the difference between floppy and stiff

is that floppy is (computing) a floppy disk while stiff is an average person, usually male, of no particular distinction, skill, or education, often a working stiff''''' or ''lucky '''stiff .

As a verb stiff is

to fail to pay that which one owes (implicitly or explicitly) to another, especially by departing hastily.

Floppy vs Hypotonic - What's the difference?

floppy | hypotonic |


As adjectives the difference between floppy and hypotonic

is that floppy is limp, not hard, firm, or rigid; flexible while hypotonic is (of a solution) having a lower osmotic pressure than another.

As a noun floppy

is (computing) a floppy disk.

Floppy vs Baggy - What's the difference?

floppy | baggy |


As adjectives the difference between floppy and baggy

is that floppy is limp, not hard, firm, or rigid; flexible while baggy is of clothing, very loose-fitting, so as to hang away from the body.

As nouns the difference between floppy and baggy

is that floppy is (computing) a floppy disk while baggy is a small plastic bag, as for sandwiches.

Soft vs Floppy - What's the difference?

soft | floppy |


As adjectives the difference between soft and floppy

is that soft is easily giving way under pressure while floppy is limp, not hard, firm, or rigid; flexible.

As nouns the difference between soft and floppy

is that soft is a soft or foolish person; an idiot while floppy is (computing) a floppy disk.

As an interjection soft

is (archaic) be quiet; hold; stop; not so fast.

As an adverb soft

is (lb) softly; without roughness or harshness; gently; quietly.

Floppy vs Velvet - What's the difference?

floppy | velvet |


As adjectives the difference between floppy and velvet

is that floppy is limp, not hard, firm, or rigid; flexible while velvet is made of velvet.

As nouns the difference between floppy and velvet

is that floppy is (computing) a floppy disk while velvet is a closely woven fabric (originally of silk, now also of cotton or man-made fibres) with a thick short pile on one side.

As a verb velvet is

(cooking) to coat raw meat in starch, then in oil, preparatory to frying.

Floppy - What does it mean?

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