verb (used with or without object)
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noun Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S.
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Related Words for flitterfly, flop, zip, flit, flicker, wave, skim, swoop, waver, ripple, waggle, dart
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Historical Examples of flitter
The tiny control room of the flitter grew hotter and hotter.
"I'll have everything on the tapes in the flitter," Cloud reminded.
The flitter was not even out of the crater when the bomb went off.
The fact is there was not one who really knew anything about Flitter.
Flitter's arm was long, especially from his elbow to his hand.
1540s, from flit with frequentative suffix. Flitter-mouse (1540s) is occasionally used in English, in imitation of German fledermaus "bat," from Old High German fledaron "to flutter." Related: Flittered; flittering. As a noun, from 1892.