• Definition for "flit"
    • to maneuver about quickly and nimbly.
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flit definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to maneuver about quickly and nimbly.
    • to maneuver rapidly in one problem or location to another.
    • to maneuver with celerity through atmosphere; to fly-away with an instant motion; to dart along; to fleet
    • To flutter; to rove in the wing.
    • to pass through rapidly, as a light compound, from 1 place to another; to remove; to migrate.
    • to get rid of from 1 spot or habitation to a different.
    • becoming volatile; is easily or often relocated.
    • to maneuver about rapidly and nimbly.
    • to maneuver about quickly and nimbly.
    • to go quickly in one condition or place to another.
    • to maneuver quickly from condition or area to a different.
    • to maneuver about rapidly and nimbly.
    • to go rapidly from one condition or area to a different.
    • To move about quickly and nimbly.
    • to maneuver quickly from one condition or place to another.
    • to go about quickly and nimbly.
    • To move quickly from 1 condition or location to some other.
    • to maneuver about rapidly and nimbly.
    • to go quickly from a single condition or place to another.
    • To move with celerity through the air; to fly away with a rapid motion; to dart along; to fleet
    • To flutter; to rove in the wing.
    • to pass through quickly, as a light substance, from place to another; to remove; to move.
    • To remove in one location or habitation to some other.
    • To move with celerity through atmosphere; to fly-away with an instant movement; to dart along; to fleet
    • To be unstable; becoming easily or often moved.
    • to maneuver about quickly and nimbly.
    • To flutter; to rove on wing.
    • to go rapidly in one problem or place to another.
    • to go with celerity through environment; to fly away with a rapid motion; to dart along; to fleet
    • to pass through quickly, as a light material, from one location to another; to eliminate; to move.
    • To flutter; to rove regarding wing.
    • to get rid of from one destination or habitation to another.
    • is unstable; to be easily or frequently moved.
    • To pass quickly, as a light material, from 1 spot to another; to remove; to migrate.
    • To remove from 1 location or habitation to a different.
    • to maneuver with celerity through the atmosphere; to fly-away with a rapid motion; to dart along; to fleet
    • is volatile; becoming easily or often relocated.
    • To flutter; to rove regarding the wing.
    • To move with celerity through the air; to fly away with an immediate movement; to dart along; to fleet
    • To pass quickly, as a light substance, from destination to another; to eliminate; to move.
    • To flutter; to rove regarding wing.
    • to eliminate in one spot or habitation to some other.
    • To move with celerity through the environment; to fly away with an instant movement; to dart along; to fleet
    • To flutter; to rove regarding the wing.
    • to pass through quickly, as a light substance, from place to another; to remove; to migrate.
    • become volatile; to-be quickly or often moved.
    • to pass through quickly, as a light material, from location to another; to get rid of; to move.
    • to get rid of from a single spot or habitation to another.
    • become volatile; to-be easily or often moved.
    • to get rid of from 1 place or habitation to another.
    • To be volatile; to-be quickly or usually relocated.
    • to go with celerity through the air; to fly-away with an instant motion; to dart along; to fleet
    • To flutter; to rove in the wing.
    • To pass quickly, as a light material, from place to another; to remove; to move.
    • to eliminate in one destination or habitation to a different.
    • To be volatile; to-be quickly or usually relocated.
  • noun:
    • A fluttering or darting activity.
    • casual An empty-headed, ridiculous, often erratic individual.
    • A fluttering or darting activity.
    • A particular, unanticipated, short-lived change of condition.
    • A homosexual.
    • A fluttering or darting action.
    • Informal An empty-headed, absurd, often unpredictable individual.
    • A fluttering or darting activity.
    • Informal An empty-headed, ridiculous, usually erratic person.
    • A fluttering or darting motion.
    • A fluttering or darting activity.
    • a certain, unanticipated, temporary modification of state.
    • A particular, unanticipated, temporary modification of state.
    • A homosexual.
    • A homosexual.
    • A flitting: removal.
    • a secret move (in order to prevent paying debts)
    • a rapid quick action
    • A fluttering or darting movement.
    • Informal An empty-headed, absurd, usually erratic individual.
    • A fluttering or darting motion.
    • A fluttering or darting action.
    • Informal An empty-headed, absurd, often erratic individual.
    • A fluttering or darting movement.
    • a specific, unforeseen, temporary modification of state.
    • A homosexual.
    • A fluttering or darting motion.
    • Informal An empty-headed, ridiculous, usually erratic person.
    • A fluttering or darting action.
    • Informal An empty-headed, silly, often erratic person.
    • A fluttering or darting movement.
    • a certain, unanticipated, brief change of state.
    • A homosexual.
    • a specific, unforeseen, short lived modification of condition.
    • A fluttering or darting motion.
    • A homosexual.
    • a specific, unexpected, short-lived change of state.
    • A homosexual.
    • A fluttering or darting action.
    • casual An empty-headed, silly, frequently unpredictable individual.
    • A fluttering or darting action.
    • a specific, unanticipated, short lived change of condition.
    • A homosexual.
    • A flitting: removal.
    • a secret move (to avoid paying debts)
    • A flitting: treatment.
    • an abrupt quick movement
    • A flitting: reduction.
    • a secret move (to avoid paying debts)
    • a rapid quick motion
    • a secret move (to avoid paying debts)
    • a sudden quick action
    • A flitting: elimination.
    • A flitting: removal.
    • A flitting: elimination.
    • a secret move (to avoid paying debts)
    • a secret move (to avoid paying debts)
    • a secret move (to prevent paying debts)
    • a rapid quick activity
    • a rapid quick activity
    • a sudden fast action
    • A flitting: removal.
    • a secret move (to avoid paying debts)
    • an abrupt fast activity
  • verb:
    • to maneuver about rapidly and nimbly.
    • to maneuver quickly from 1 place to some other.
    • To unpredictably transform condition for brief durations.
    • to maneuver household (especially an abrupt move to prevent debts).
    • to go about quickly and nimbly.
    • to go about quickly and nimbly.
    • to go quickly from a single place to another.
    • To unpredictably change state for short amounts of time.
    • to go quickly from one area to another.
    • move along quickly and softly; skim or dart
    • To unpredictably transform state for quick durations.
    • To move home (especially a rapid relocate to avoid debts).
    • to go about rapidly and nimbly.
    • to go rapidly from 1 location to some other.
    • To unpredictably change state for short intervals.
    • to go household (especially a-sudden relocate to prevent debts).
    • to maneuver about rapidly and nimbly.
    • to maneuver home (especially a sudden proceed to stay away from debts).
    • To move rapidly in one location to a different.
    • To unpredictably alter condition for short amounts of time.
    • To move about quickly and nimbly.
    • to go household (especially a sudden proceed to prevent debts).
    • to maneuver quickly from a single location to some other.
    • To move about rapidly and nimbly.
    • To unpredictably alter condition for quick periods of time.
    • to maneuver rapidly in one location to a different.
    • to go home (especially a-sudden move to avoid debts).
    • To unpredictably transform state for quick amounts of time.
    • to go household (especially a rapid go on to prevent debts).
    • to maneuver about rapidly and nimbly.
    • to maneuver rapidly in one area to some other.
    • To unpredictably transform state for short durations.
    • to maneuver household (especially a-sudden move to prevent debts).
    • move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart
    • move along quickly and softly; skim or dart
    • move along rapidly and gently; skim or dart
    • move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart
    • move along rapidly and gently; skim or dart
    • move along quickly and lightly; skim or dart
    • move along rapidly and softly; skim or dart
  • adjective:
    • Quick, nimble.
    • Nimble; quick; quick. [Obs.] See fleet.
    • Quick, nimble.
    • Fast, nimble.
    • Fast, nimble.
    • Nimble; fast; swift. [Obs.] See fleet.
    • Quick, nimble.
    • Nimble; fast; swift. [Obs.] See fleet.
    • Quick, nimble.
    • Nimble; quick; swift. [Obs.] See fleet.
    • Fast, nimble.
    • Nimble; fast; swift. [Obs.] See fleet.
    • Nimble; quick; swift. [Obs.] See fleet.
    • Nimble; fast; swift. [Obs.] See fleet.
    • Fast, nimble.
    • Nimble; quick; swift. [Obs.] See fleet.
  • others:
    • to get rid of (something) from one spot to another; transport; shift.
    • to show; move; set in motion.
    • to eliminate or dispossess.
    • To move along, about, or away; remove from a location or from point-to-point: stop or around: generally with an implication of suddenness, swiftness, or brevity of action.
    • to get rid of in one habitation to some other.
    • To move gently and swiftly; fly, dart, skim, or scud along: as, a bird flits from tree to tree; a cloud flits over the moon.
    • To flutter, as a bird.
    • Nimble; swift.
    • To remove (anything) from one location to another; transportation; change.
    • To turn; move; set in motion.
    • to eliminate or dispossess.
    • to go along, about, or away; remove from a spot or from point to point: go-off or just around: usually with an implication of suddenness, swiftness, or brevity of action.
    • To remove from habitation to some other.
    • To remove (something) from a single spot to another; transport; move.
    • to make; move; put in place.
    • to eliminate (anything) in one destination to another; transportation; shift.
    • to get rid of or dispossess.
    • to go lightly and swiftly; fly, dart, skim, or scud along: as, a bird flits from tree to tree; a cloud flits across the moon.
    • To flutter, as a bird.
    • to go along, about, or away; eliminate from a place or from point-to-point: go off or around: typically with an implication of suddenness, swiftness, or brevity of action.
    • To turn; move; set in motion.
    • to get rid of from habitation to a different.
    • Nimble; swift.
    • To remove or dispossess.
    • to maneuver lightly and swiftly; fly, dart, skim, or scud along: as, a bird flits from tree to tree; a cloud flits throughout the moon.
    • To move along, about, or away; remove from somewhere or from point-to-point: stop or just around: usually with an implication of suddenness, swiftness, or brevity of movement.
    • To flutter, as a bird.
    • to get rid of (something) from spot to another; transportation; move.
    • to get rid of (anything) from 1 spot to another; transportation; change.
    • to eliminate (anything) from a single place to another; transport; move.
    • to eliminate from a single habitation to a different.
    • to make; move; set in motion.
    • to make; move; put in place.
    • to eliminate or dispossess.
    • to show; move; set in place.
    • To move gently and swiftly; fly, dart, skim, or scud along: as, a bird flits from tree to tree; a cloud flits over the moon.
    • Nimble; quick.
    • To remove or dispossess.
    • to maneuver along, about, or away; pull from someplace or from point to point: go-off or around: generally speaking with an implication of suddenness, swiftness, or brevity of movement.
    • To flutter, as a bird.
    • to maneuver along, about, or away; eliminate from someplace or from point-to-point: set off or around: usually with an implication of suddenness, swiftness, or brevity of motion.
    • to eliminate from 1 habitation to a different.
    • to eliminate or dispossess.
    • to go lightly and swiftly; fly, dart, skim, or scud along: as, a bird flits from tree to tree; a cloud flits over the moon.
    • To move along, about, or away; eliminate from a place or from point-to-point: go off or just around: generally speaking with an implication of suddenness, swiftness, or brevity of activity.
    • To remove from one habitation to another.
    • Nimble; swift.
    • to eliminate in one habitation to a different.
    • to maneuver softly and swiftly; fly, dart, skim, or scud along: as, a bird flits from tree to tree; a cloud flits over the moon.
    • to go softly and swiftly; fly, dart, skim, or scud along: as, a bird flits from tree to tree; a cloud flits over the moon.
    • To flutter, as a bird.
    • To flutter, as a bird.
    • To flutter, as a bird.
    • To remove (something) from 1 location to another; transportation; move.
    • Nimble; quick.
    • to make; move; set in place.
    • Nimble; swift.
    • to eliminate or dispossess.
    • Nimble; quick.
    • to go along, about, or away; pull from a location or from point to point: go-off or just around: usually with an implication of suddenness, swiftness, or brevity of action.
    • to eliminate in one habitation to some other.
    • To move lightly and swiftly; fly, dart, skim, or scud along: as, a bird flits from tree to tree; a cloud flits across the moon.
    • To flutter, as a bird.
    • Nimble; quick.
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