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Definition of "flitting" []

  • Present participle of flit. (verb)
  • The act of moving from one residence to another; moving house. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "flitting" in a sentence
  • "Now which kind of thing can't be kept under wraps since it was witnessed by many people who wasted no time in flitting along a word to a tabloids."
  • "Mallory herself speaks to the reader from death, her spirit flitting from the official inquest into the disaster to the informal, parallel inquest held in Kleindeustchland, or Little Germany, which seeks to hold Dustin responsible."
  • "Twenty or so Secret Service agents; an equal number of PR assistants flitting from the main cabin to the front cabin, which has been fitted out for Kerry."