- v. present participle of fluke.
“Breaching" takes place when a whale leaps out of the water and falls back with a thud, "skyhopping" when it raises its head as if to look around, and "fluking" when its tail breaks the surface.”
“If you ask the four witnesses, they were saying that the dolphins were jumping over my head and fluking the water, slapping the water with their tails ...”
“What hill ar yu fluking about, ye lamelookond fyats!”
“It's about time people started waking up and realizing that this team isn't just some fluking Cinderella, it's a darned good baseball team, the best defense in the league ...”
“The note Doomed again: and then at his firmer pressure, the note, fluking up an octave, became a strident blare more penetrating than before.”
“Thus it often happened that a weak house, by fluking a victory over a strong rival, found itself, much to its surprise, in the semi-final, or sometimes even in the final.”
“Likely you've seen him fluking through the main street in his racer.”
“But the noises outside, the loneliness of the room, the sense of sudden death fluking overhead, made me sit up again and listen intently.”
“After having been in port twenty-one days, we sailed for San Pedro, where we arrived on the following day, having gone all fluking, with the weather clew of the mainsail hauled up, the yards braced in a little, and the lower studding-sails just drawing; the wind hardly shifting a point during the passage.”
“The night-breeze, fluking among the gullies, filled the sail at once, fell light again and left it flapping, then drew a steady breath aft, and the voices were lost in the hiss of water under the boat's stern.”
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