Flipping a man in the face with a glove was fashionable in the days of Charles II.
"We have a powerhouse here," he said, flipping the paper across the table.
And, flipping the ash off his cigarette on to the tray by Fiorsen's elbow, he nodded and went.
She held the telegram, flipping her fingers against one end of it as she debated.
He turns the pages of one, of the others, flipping the pages, searching for meaning.
"We'll toss for it; heads, I go," Red suggested, flipping a coin.
"Rockets seem to come from that way," Sine answered, flipping his hand.
It was at her that Perkins was flipping his conversation lozenges.
"Sorry," said the clerk, flipping over the passport and studying it.
She took it out, held it up, flipping open the chamber and examined the inside.