flitter

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Synonyms for flitter

to move (one's arms or wings, for example) up and down

to move quickly, lightly, and irregularly like a bird in flight

to move through the air with or as if with wings

Synonyms for flitter

move back and forth very rapidly

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The nine-point advantage going into March over eventual champions Alfreton, who had a wealth of fixtures in hand, flittered away but more importantly allowed AFC Telford to come with a flurry to net the all-important runners-up spot and ensure a crucial home tie for the second leg of the semi-final play-off and in hindsight the final where they beat Guiseley 3-2 on Sunday in front of a ground record 5,436 crowd.
But with most weddings now costing an average of pounds 20,000 and taking months of hard graft in the run-up to the big day, most couples would be forgiven for wishing a magic wand could be waved and all extra costs and worries s flittered away.
And so I entered chest-deep into my favorite pool as a yellow throat flittered out of the bushes to grab a mayfly.
Having flittered between Germany, Norway, Spain and, going further back, Ireland in pre-seasons gone-by, McLeish has introduced continuity to Birmingham's summer schedules.
Fairway bunker shots can be the subject of endless torment for so many golfers as they see strokes getting flittered away during the course of the round due to the hazard they present.
The set ended with the hyper reworking of Kate Bush's Hounds Of Love as a series of uncontrollable yelps flittered across the crowd.
Twenty beautiful "fairies" flittered down each aisle in advance of the bridal party to line the way.