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Daemon
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flitter

(verb) Move back and forth very rapidly.

Synonyms: flicker, flutter, quiver, waver

Usage: The hummingbird flittered from one flower to the next, darting instinctively to wherever the nectar was most plentiful.
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flitter
Definition: (verb) Move back and forth very rapidly.
Synonyms: flicker, flutter, quiver, waver
Usage: The hummingbird flittered from one flower to the next, darting instinctively to wherever the nectar was most plentiful.
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Flutter


Verb:
(of a bird or other winged creature) fly unsteadily or hover by flapping the wings quickly and lightly.
"A couple of butterflies fluttered around the garden"


Synonyms :
flit
hover
flitter
dance


Noun:
1.
An act of fluttering.
"There was a flutter of wings at the window"
Synonyms

agitation
beating
flapping
quivering
vibrating
twitching
shaking
wagging
oscillation
threshing
thrashing
flailing
flicker
bat
waving
rippling


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flitter
Definition: (verb) Move back and forth very rapidly.
Synonyms: flicker, flutter, quiver, waver
Usage: The hummingbird flittered from one flower to the next, darting instinctively to wherever the nectar was most plentiful.
taurine
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Later, in August 2006, this term (that is, a provision for an 'additional sum' of £1500 to be paid to Ms Deakin subject to the publication of a second BK sales brochure) was supplemented in that the £1500 bonus would also became payable in consideration of different and additional work to the cards by Ms Deakin called 'flittering'.

- The judgment of HH Judge Fysh QC, Deakin & Anor (t/a Faith Image Source) -v- Card Rax Ltd & Ors [2011] EWPCC 3 (01 February 2011).
Wilmar (USA) 1M
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flitter
Definition: (verb) Move back and forth very rapidly.
Synonyms: flicker, flutter, quiver, waver
Usage: The hummingbird flittered from one flower to the next, darting instinctively to wherever the nectar was most plentiful.
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