Synonyms of flip
1 flickDictionary • He walked out, flipping off the lights.
flick • I found some switches and flicked them.
snap • He snapped the cap on his ballpoint.
click • Camera shutters clicked all around me.
2 thumbDictionary • He flipped the pages of the diary often with through
glance • I picked up the book and glanced through it.
skim • I only had time to skim over the script before I came here.
browse • There are plenty of biographies for him to browse.
3 spinDictionary • The plane flipped over and burst into flames.
spin • The Earth spins on its own axis.
turn • As the wheel turned, the potter shaped the clay.
turn over • The buggy turned over and she was thrown out.
twist • He fell and twisted his ankle.
4 tossDictionary • I flipped a cigarette butt out of the window.
toss • He screwed the paper up and tossed it into the fire.
throw • He spent hours throwing a tennis ball against a wall.
cast • She took a pebble and cast it into the water.
pitch • Simon pitched the empty bottle into the lake.
fling • The woman flung the cup at him.
sling (informal) • She slung her coat over the desk chair.
tossDictionary • having gambled all on the flip of a coin
toss • Decisions are almost made with the toss of a die.
throw • One of the judges thought it was a foul throw.
pitch • On the second pitch, Hernandez threw a ball to the backstop.
spin • a spin of the roulette wheel
twist • A twist of the ankle denied him a place on the substitutes' bench.
flick • a flick of a paintbrush
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browseIf you browse through a book or magazine, you look through it in a fairly casual way.
• There are plenty of biographies for him to browse.
• She took a pebble and cast it into the water.
Thesaurus for flip from the Collins English Thesaurus