flit


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Synonyms for flit

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Synonyms for flit

a sudden quick movement

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move along rapidly and lightly

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M- Flit series cooling pad comes in three colors -white, black & silver so that the users can choose their favorite color.
Radar tracking showed that the insects know exactly where they are going as they flit among the flowers, collecting nectar.
Some sections are hokey, like the phosphorescent tumbleweeds in "Desert Storm" that flit around, then form a big snowman-like creature.
They defend empires of a square meter or so from intruding males and chase whatever females flit by.
He created advertisements for Flit bug spray as well as NBC radio, Holly Sugar and General Electric.
GIANTS' roller-coaster season continues to flit from the ridiculous to the sublime after they produced a stunning second-half fightback to arrest their recent slump at rain-soaked Belle Vue.
You're a social butterfly and happy to flit from one best friend to another.
Eros, humor, motion, and game theory: See how many resonances bounce or flit or undulate through such a show.
The system favors the small, feisty males willing to risk injury in defending their territories and the large males who flit away.
TROUBLED singer Amy Winehouse is on the move again - doing a DIY moonlit flit.
In Haysha Royko, 2003, a new video included in this show, three people (also in an airport) sit with greater or lesser degrees of self-consciousness while amorphous, auralike forms flit and shape-shift around them.
After performances, they flit, sylph-like, across the wooded lawn of the Modesto Junior College Auditorium, hems fluttering in the warm breeze.
Their wings a blur, hummingbirds flit among Western and Southwestern U.