flit : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a sudden quick movement
- n a secret move (to avoid paying debts)
they did a moonlight flit
- v move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart
The hummingbird flitted among the branches
- Enter motorbike medics, who flit between slow-moving cars and speed around stopped traffic.
- His eyes would flit down to the typescript and stay too long.
- The snug fit was a little too much for this bear, since my eyelids flit and flutter as I fall asleep, and I had some issues adjusting the mask at the bridge of my nose for total .
News & Articles
- US stocks flit between small gains and losses
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks were flitting between small gains and losses on Friday, a calm end to the most volatile trading month in nearly two years.
June 28, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News
- Holly Brisley in Digital Spy
Brisley told Confidential of her return: "My character only moved to the city so she can flit in and flit out."
- Gil Kenan in Orlando Sentinel
I've always had a foot in each camp, live-action and animation, ever since I started making movies as a kid,Kenan says. "If I could put on a sorcerer's hat and plan my career trajectory, I'd like to flit between the two for the rest of my...
- Alan Curbishley in Harlow & Bishop's Stortford The Citizen
The youth team closes down over the Christmas period so we will flit between the two training ground to see if that makes any difference,Curbishley said. "I don't know whether the firmness of the pitches here or in the Premier League has...