flit


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Idioms, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • verb
  • noun

Synonyms for flit

Synonyms for flit

Synonyms for flit

a sudden quick movement

Synonyms

move along rapidly and lightly

References in periodicals archive ?
Image by poet Simon Armitage from Flit, his book of poetry inspired by the Yorkshire Sculpture Park
The bounding circle is enlarged again, and the direction of the flit is reverse again and so on.
Previous routing algorithms usually adopt age-based arbitration to determine which flit to deflect, regardless of the priority of the data flits.
The PEs transfer information to NI, the NI packages the information into flits then passes to routers.
M- Flit series cooling pad comes in three colors -white, black & silver so that the users can choose their favorite color.
"The bank was suspicious and made a call to another branch in Notting Hill and to Ms Flit, who thought at the time she had about pounds 500,000 in her account.
I don't know anyone who isn't pleasantly affected by their varied display and antics as they jostle, flutter and flit.
Bright yellow, red, orange and pink zinnias account for the goldfinches that flit around our yard all summer.
There's always a bit of wishful thinking in the doomsday scenarios that flit through the foreign populace in Japan.
FOUR prisoners taken on a camping trip to help prepare them for life on the outside did a moonlight flit.
The desktop allows easy access for IT staff with quick release cover latches, an expansion card cage with lift levers, a flit drive cage and a slide-out system board.
She can flit in and out of character with the doff of a tiara.
* "Many gurus flit about the land today predicting a monetary armageddon while urging the necessity for squirreling away gold and oatmeal in order to survive.
Moreover, since the message moves flit by flit across the network, each node needs to store only one flit.
For some time now cyberbabble has pronounced the book obsolete: in the brave new world of hypertext students will no longer be prisoners of presequenced paragraphs and chapters, but will flit from idea to image to dataset to song as moved by the promptings of their own creative imaginations.