noun, plural flit·ter·mice [flit-er-mahys] /ˈflɪt ərˌmaɪs/.
Examples from the Web for flittermouse
One of the strangest things about the flittermouse is its voice.Everyday Adventures|Samuel Scoville
Over all the jackdaws chime and chatter, for it is their home now, and they share it with the owl and the flittermouse.A West Country Pilgrimage|Eden Phillpots
Coming out of the candle-light, I blinked like a flittermouse.Back o' the Moon|Oliver Onions
Indeed, as he spoke a flittermouse scurried through the air within a foot of her ear.Castle Craneycrow|George Barr McCutcheon
Flittermouse in a rage went straight to the constable and denounced his patron as a sheep-stealer.A Shepherd's Life|W. H. Hudson