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Synonyms for fleet

Synonyms for fleet

Synonyms for fleet

group of aircraft operating together under the same ownership

a group of steamships operating together under the same ownership

move along rapidly and lightly

disappear gradually

moving very fast

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Wilma could not understand why Pinky Fleeter hadn't come back yet.
As Fleeter explains, "Of the countries that ABT deals with, China, Brazil, and Cuba have more stringent policies than others.
It began, "These are the saddest of possible words, Tinker to Evers to Chance/ Trio of bear Cubs and fleeter than birds, Tinker to Evers to Chance.
and Thank you, I watched live Jackie Robinson stealing Home, the image -- O strung shell -- enduring Fleeter than light like these words we Remember in: they too are winged At the helmet and ankles.
They were brought in from the Cape, not by John Macarthur as many believe, nor by Governor Philip Gidley King, as others would have it, but by a first fleeter, Henry Waterhouse.
In today's market, however, he says brewers have to be fleeter of foot.
Craig brings a combination of highly relevant experience, a knack for finding innovative solutions, and the drive to make them a reality," Fleeter said.
Howard Fleeter , PhD-Principal, Howard Fleeter and Associates, who will address the economic consequences of prior authorization policies.
The fleeter Oberon soon outdistanced the groom and Nick dug his heels in unsparingly, thundering hooves pounding come on, come on, come on.
By now, the fleeter of wit among you will have realised I am building up to the unveiling of this year's Birkenhead Leg, or the BL as it is known to aficionados, who are at this very moment organising charabanc tours of the sites, where glimpses of the celebrated limb are most frequent.
Those who have images of ageing flatfeet plodding their way laboriously in pursuit of fleeter felons far ahead of them technologically could not be more wrong.
Travels of a Thermodynamacist" is Rick Fleeter telling of his wide range of careers that have lead him around the world and back again.
After an unashamedly Tchaikovskian slow movement the scherzo is lighter, fleeter than Simon Rattle's over-emphatic recorded version.
a partner in the Columbus-based economic analysis and public policy research firm of Driscoll & Fleeter.
It was the Italians who stuttered into tackles and gave the ball away, who struggled to keep up with opponents who were fleeter footed, more incisive and showed the greater talent.