• Definition for "flitter"
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flitter definition

  • verb-intransitive:
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  • verb:
    • to go about quickly and nimbly
    • to go quickly from condition or place to a different
    • to flutter or quiver
    • to maneuver about rapidly and nimbly
    • to move rapidly in one condition or area to a different
    • to flutter or quiver
    • to go about quickly and nimbly
    • to go quickly from 1 problem or location to another
    • to move about rapidly and nimbly
    • to flutter or quiver
    • to move rapidly from condition or place to some other
    • to move about rapidly and nimbly
    • to flutter or quiver
    • to maneuver rapidly from a single condition or location to some other
    • to flutter or quiver
    • move backwards and forwards really rapidly
    • move forward and backward really quickly
    • move backwards and forwards extremely quickly
    • move back-and-forth extremely rapidly
    • move to and fro really quickly
    • to maneuver about rapidly and nimbly
    • to move rapidly in one condition or place to a different
    • to flutter or quiver
    • move back and forth extremely rapidly
    • to maneuver about rapidly and nimbly
    • to go quickly from 1 problem or area to some other
    • to flutter or quiver
    • to go about quickly and nimbly
    • to maneuver quickly from one problem or location to another
    • to flutter or quiver
    • to go about rapidly and nimbly
    • to move about rapidly and nimbly
    • to go rapidly in one problem or area to a different
    • to maneuver quickly from one condition or area to some other
    • to move about rapidly and nimbly
    • to flutter or quiver
    • to flutter or quiver
    • to go rapidly in one condition or area to some other
    • to flutter or quiver
    • move back-and-forth really quickly
    • move to and fro extremely rapidly
    • move back-and-forth very quickly
    • move backwards and forwards very quickly
    • move back-and-forth extremely quickly
  • noun:
    • A rag; a tatter; a small piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a little piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a small piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a tiny piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a small piece or fragment.
    • a little piece of anything, specially cloth; a shred; a tatter; a rag: generally speaking within the plural: as, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • a tiny bit of anything, particularly cloth; a shred; a tatter; a rag: generally when you look at the plural: as, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • a moment square of thin metal, utilized in decoration; collectively, a quantity of these squares.
    • one minute square of thin steel, found in design; collectively, a quantity of these squares.
    • A rag; a tatter; a tiny piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a little piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a little piece or fragment.
    • a little piece of something, especially fabric; a shred; a tatter; a rag: usually in plural: as, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • A rag; a tatter; a tiny piece or fragment.
    • person who flits.
    • A small little bit of anything, specially cloth; a shred; a tatter; a rag: generally speaking in plural: since, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • A minute square of thin metal, utilized in design; collectively, a quantity of these squares.
    • one minute square of slim steel, utilized in design; collectively, a quantity of such squares.
    • A rag; a tatter; a tiny piece or fragment.
    • one that flits.
    • One who flits.
    • a little little bit of everything, particularly cloth; a shred; a tatter; a rag: typically in plural: since, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • A minute square of thin metal, utilized in design; collectively, a quantity of these squares.
    • One who flits.
    • person who flits.
    • A rag; a tatter; a tiny piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a tiny piece or fragment.
    • a tiny piece of any such thing, particularly fabric; a shred; a tatter; a rag: generally when you look at the plural: since, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • A minute square of thin metal, used in decoration; collectively, a quantity of such squares.
    • a person who flits.
    • A rag; a tatter; a tiny piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a little piece or fragment.
    • a tiny bit of such a thing, particularly fabric; a shred; a tatter; a rag: generally inside plural: as, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • a moment square of thin metal, utilized in design; collectively, a quantity of these squares.
    • A rag; a tatter; a little piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a small piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a little piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a small piece or fragment.
    • a tiny bit of anything, especially cloth; a shred; a tatter; a rag: generally within the plural: because, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • a person who flits.
    • one minute square of slim metal, used in decoration; collectively, a quantity of these squares.
    • A rag; a tatter; a tiny piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a small piece or fragment.
    • A rag; a tatter; a little piece or fragment.
    • a little piece of such a thing, specifically cloth; a shred; a tatter; a rag: typically in the plural: as, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • one that flits.
    • a moment square of slim material, found in decoration; collectively, a quantity of these squares.
    • a little piece of anything, especially fabric; a shred; a tatter; a rag: generally into the plural: because, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • one minute square of thin steel, found in decoration; collectively, a quantity of such squares.
    • One who flits.
    • person who flits.
    • A rag; a tatter; a small piece or fragment.
    • a tiny little bit of something, particularly fabric; a shred; a tatter; a rag: generally in the plural: because, a garment torn all to flitters.
    • A minute square of thin metal, used in design; collectively, a quantity of such squares.
    • one that flits.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To flutter; to maneuver rapidly.
    • To flutter; to move quickly.
    • To flutter; to maneuver rapidly.
    • To flutter; to move rapidly.
    • To flutter; to move rapidly.
    • To flutter; to move rapidly.
    • To flutter; to move rapidly.
    • To flutter; to go quickly.
    • To flutter; to maneuver rapidly.
    • To flutter; to maneuver quickly.
    • To flutter; to move quickly.
  • others:
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To flutter.
    • To flutter.
    • To hang or droop.
    • to hold or droop.
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To flutter; move rapidly forward and backward.
    • To flutter; move rapidly backward and forward.
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To flutter.
    • To hang or droop.
    • To flutter.
    • to hold or droop.
    • To flutter; move quickly forward and backward.
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To flutter; move rapidly backward and forward.
    • To flutter.
    • To hang or droop.
    • To flutter; move quickly backward and forward.
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To flutter.
    • To hang or droop.
    • To flutter; move rapidly backward and forward.
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To flutter.
    • To hang or droop.
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To flutter; move quickly backward and forward.
    • To flutter.
    • to hold or droop.
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To flutter; move quickly forward and backward.
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To flutter.
    • to hold or droop.
    • To flutter; move rapidly forward and backward.
    • To flutter.
    • to hold or droop.
    • To flutter; move quickly forward and backward.
    • To scatter in pieces.
    • To flutter.
    • To hang or droop.
    • To flutter; move quickly backward and forward.
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