- n an instance of traveling by air
flying was still an exciting adventure for him
- v travel through the air; be airborne
- v move quickly or suddenly
- v operate an airplane
- v transport by aeroplane
- v cause to fly or float
- v be dispersed or disseminated
Rumors and accusations are flying
- v change quickly from one emotional state to another
- v pass away rapidly
- v travel in an airplane
she is flying to Cincinnati tonight
Are we driving or flying?
- v display in the air or cause to float
- v run away quickly
- v travel over (an area of land or sea) in an aircraft
- v hit a fly
- v decrease rapidly and disappear
- s moving swiftly
played the difficult passage with flying fingers
- s hurried and brief
paid a flying visit
took a flying glance at the book
- The annual Flying Day competition from Red Bull challenges people to create human-powered flying machines and launch them from a three-story deck with the hope of achieving flight.
- Or is it fear of more flying? I promise to get off this topic after today, but in anticipation of a return flight tomorrow that will take off in bad weather, I found myself .
- Bertrand Piccard in Contra Costa Times
The goal of the project is to have a solar-powered plane flying day and night without fuel,Solar Impluse team co-founder Bertrand Piccard told the AP. "This flight is crucial for the credibility of the project."
- Nancy Pelosi in AFP
Working in a bipartisan way, we sent a message to Wall Street. The party is over,said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. "The era of golden parachutes for high flying Wall Street operators is over. No longer will the US taxpayer bail out the...
- Dana Rohrabacher in Forbes
The weight of bureaucracy kept these planes from flying, not the heavy winds,Republican US Rep. Dana Rohrabacher told The Associated Press. "When you look at what's happened, it's disgusting, inexcusable foot-dragging that's put tens of...