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 for flip- flop
From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  125 Moby Thesaurus words for "flip flop":
     about-face, accommodation, adaptation, adjustment, afterthoughts,
     alchemy, alteration, amelioration, apostasy, assimilation,
     assumption, backing, backsliding, becoming, better thoughts,
     betterment, break, break back, change, change back,
     change of heart, change of mind, change-over, changeableness,
     constructive change, continuity, conversion, cry back, defection,
     degeneration, degenerative change, deterioration, deviation,
     difference, discontinuity, disenchantment, divergence,
     diversification, diversion, diversity, do a flip-flop,
     do an about-face, fitting, flip, go back, gradual change, growth,
     hark back, improvement, lapse, mature judgment, melioration,
     mitigation, modification, modulation, naturalization, overthrow,
     passage, progress, qualification, radical change, re-creation,
     re-formation, realignment, recidivation, recidivism, reclamation,
     reconversion, redesign, reduction, reform, reformation, regress,
     regression, rehabilitation, reinstatement, relapse, remaking,
     renewal, reshaping, resolution, restitution, restoration,
     restructuring, retrocession, retrogradation, retrogression,
     retroversion, return, returning, reversal, reverse, reversion,
     reverting, revival, revivification, revolution, revulsion,
     right-about, right-about-face, second thoughts, shift,
     slipping back, sudden change, switch, switch-over, tergiversating,
     tergiversation, total change, transformation, transit, transition,
     turn, turn about, turn around, turn back, turnabout, turnaround,
     turning into, upheaval, variation, variety, violent change,
     volte-face, worsening
  
  

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