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{Verb} To blindly pass something through for approval. To rubberstamp an idea or application. To sanction something without giving much thought. To give halfhearted/careless consent.
"She just flimp-flamped that application through."

"As I left, Mom flimp-flamped my outfit; I don't think she really cared about it."

"I told my co-worker to stop flimp-flamping all the tax returns."

"At the meeting I flimp-flamped her ideas, even though I didn't like them."
by birdnerd1228 June 03, 2019
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