flew definition

  • verb:
    • last tight of fly1.
    • Simple past of fly.
    • last tight of fly1.
    • last tight of fly1.
    • Easy past of fly.
    • Easy past of fly.
    • Past tight of fly1.
    • Simple past of fly.
    • last tight of fly1.
    • Past tight of fly1.
    • Simple past of fly.
    • Simple past of fly.
    • last tight of fly1.
    • Simple past of fly.
    • Past tense of fly1.
    • Easy past of fly.
    • last tight of fly1.
    • Simple past of fly.
    • Past tense of fly1.
    • Easy past of fly.
    • last tense of fly1.
    • Easy past of fly.
  • others:
    • imp. of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • imp. of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • See flue.
    • imp. of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • imp. of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • imp. of fly.
    • imp. of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • imp. of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • See flue.
    • imp. of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • See flue.
    • imp. of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • See flue.
    • imp. of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • imp. of fly.
    • Preterit of fly.
    • See flue.
  • noun:
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • A layer or fold of fabric since it comes from the loom.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • A layer or fold of cloth because it originates from the loom.
    • A layer or fold of fabric because originates from the loom.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • A layer or fold of cloth because it arises from the loom.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • A layer or fold of fabric since it arises from the loom.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • A layer or fold of cloth since it originates from the loom.
    • A layer or fold of cloth whilst comes from the loom.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • A layer or fold of cloth whilst comes from the loom.
    • A layer or fold of cloth since it arises from the loom.
    • A layer or fold of fabric because it comes from the loom.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • See flue.
    • A layer or fold of cloth since it originates from the loom.
    • See flue.

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