“A foreign princeor more than onethe idea gave her a kind of fluttery feeling of excitement inside.”
“I'm writing a paper on poetry and modernism, and am getting that kind of fluttery Why am I a History Major when all I want to read is Poetry feeling.”
“Kelly finally resurfaced to continue acting fluttery around Principal Wilson and avoiding his request to have lunch.”
“On Late Night tonight, he got all wide-eyed and fluttery over a still-ailing Kristen Stewart, who was making the last stop on her New Moon publicity tour.”
“Precisely at that moment, I felt a kick – a fluttery “thump, thump” in my own uterus.”
“Set against the broad backdrop of the 2008 presidential campaign — when politicians were crisscrossing his path in pursuit of fluttery voters — and the more intimate focus of a family health crisis, the book stitches together keenly observed moments in the lives of butterflies, birds, plants and the people who care about them.”
“The one constant is Mary, who in her fluttery, birdlike way - and through the distorting lens of a perpetually full wine glass - shows a weakness for disastrously misreading casual kindness and winking jokes.”
“Perhaps it was that she had her finger on the audience's fluttery pulse.”
“A queer fluttery feeling beat against her insides.”
“It was in the dusk of Death's fluttery wings that Tarwater thus crouched, and, like his remote forebear, the child-man, went to myth-making, and sun-heroizing, himself hero-maker and the hero in quest of the immemorable treasure difficult of attainment.”
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