kiteflying

[kahyt-flahy-ing]

Origin of kiteflying

First recorded in 1795–1805; kite1 + flying
Also called kiting.
Related formskite·fli·er, kite·fly·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for kite flying

kite flying

noun
  1. commerce the practice of drawing cheques on deposits which are already committed, assuming that the delay in clearing the cheque will allow time to replenish the accountAlso called: kiting
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