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Synonyms for flit

a sudden quick movement

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move along rapidly and lightly

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Swinbank has high hopes for Alfie Flits and there is no doubt this Machiavellian gelding is an exciting type.
A facile winner of three National Hunt Flat races over the winter, Alfie Flits was not disgraced in much hotter company when he finished fourth in a keenly-contested bumper at Aintree in April.
Morris captures animal movement with wit and inventiveness: snake (Mireille Radwan-Dana) slithers along the river bank, peacock (Shawn Gannon) struts with arms crooked back like wings, blue jay (David Leventhal) flits and darts.
I manage to follow along for a while as it flits here and there, but too often I get distracted along the way and suddenly find myself holding a list of things to do the next day rather than a conversation with God.
Simply put, one hole, by creating ferromagnetic pockets as it flits about, blazes a trail that other holes can readily follow.
An equine star appearing at Hexham is Alfie Flits, who makes his jumping debut in the Michael Morris 25 Years Loyal Service Novices' Hurdle.
Around them flits elder sister in tutu and toe shoes - to the tunes of her xylophone- playing hubby - while her Russian dance master barks out instructions.
A court heard that mother-of two Davies flits around the country rescuing trapped bats.
This fascinating time-travel story will keep listeners on their toes as author MacGregor flits from present to past and back again.
Billy now flits between Candacraig House, Aberdeenshire, and Los Angeles.
Her story flits from the present day to her chaotic past, which includes a hypochondriac mother, distant brother, headstrong sister-in-law and non-committing lover.
The bare stage and naked lighting (also designed by Be'er) provide the black-and-white landscape of a dream, shot through with a single streak of color--the green straps that restrain the arms of the dark-haired woman who flits in and out of this narrow psychic space.
I would like to meet this fellow Christ, who haunts the edges of my dreams, who flits from tree to tree in the forest through which I make my way.
ALAN SWINBANK has warned punters that smart middle-distance performer Alfie Flits, who is at the forefront of early betting on the Supreme Novices' Hurdle, is far from certain to go jumping this season, writes David Carr.
They often work with Lady Penelope (Sophia Myles), a British agent who flits about in FAB 1, a pink coupe/jet/hover-vehicle.