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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All The Wars is perhaps the tightest and most immediate record from Steve Kitch, Bruce Soord, Jon Sykes and Keith Harrison to date, though still typically melancholy and flitters endlessly between epic heavy rock on Burning Pieces and hauntingly beautiful on Someone Pull Me Out Of Here.
She sometimes believes she works in the unit and she flitters from resident to resident, inquiring after their health.
It will be appreciated in time, if not in the current climate of scrapping and scraping for every single point that flitters by.
Most nights, the offense is Bryant to O'Neal to Bryant, back to Bryant, more Bryant, Bryant again, maybe a little Malone mixed in while Payton flitters somewhere around the edges, wondering where the ball went.
The other flitters included grandparents forced to move by a new motorway and three lager lads for whom Euro 96 was a welcome diversion from packing.