Flobber vs Flubber - What's the difference?

flobber | flubber |


As a verb flobber

is to sag and collapse like a deflating balloon.

As a noun flubber is

a rubbery polymer formed by cross-linking of polyvinyl alcohol with a boron compound.

flobber

English

Verb

(en verb)
  • To sag and collapse like a deflating balloon.
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  • *:Since it's inflatable, various artworld wags have been plotting how to shoot a dart into its side and watch it flobber down like a great big burst balloon.
  • flubber

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • A rubbery polymer formed by cross-linking of polyvinyl alcohol with a boron compound.
  • See also

    * oobleck