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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of fleet.

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Examples

  • Something like an expression fleeted over Venator's countenance and through his tone.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • Cheyne, Frewen's boatsteerer, who was a splendidly built, handsome young fellow of twenty-four years of age, received a rather severe injury to his right foot whilst a heavy baulk of timber was being "fleeted" along the deck.

    John Frewen, South Sea Whaler 1904

  • These thoughts fleeted through my head as I kept up the awkward gait I had assumed, ironic, as Hold girls were taught to take such tiny steps that they appeared to float across the floor.

    Artichoke

  • Above her, thin clouds fleeted across the sky, chased by strong autumn winds.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • Above her, thin clouds fleeted across the sky, chased by strong autumn winds.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • Above her, thin clouds fleeted across the sky, chased by strong autumn winds.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • Above her, thin clouds fleeted across the sky, chased by strong autumn winds.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • The number of wry, hygiene related puns that fleeted upon me at that moment was overwhelming.

    Steve Rosenbaum: Airport Pat Down -- Is Shampoo a Crime?

  • Above her, thin clouds fleeted across the sky, chased by strong autumn winds.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  •     So with a ship fast-fleeted, a gale blown gently behind him,

    Poems and Fragments

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