from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. unstable, fluttering
- adj. Ostentatiously homosexual
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Unstable; fluttering.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Unstable; fluttering.
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A third-person narration that tries to immerse readers in the perspectives of too many characters will probably feel flitty.
Tree frogs do their flitty dance on spotted mushrooms and copper ferns.
All the little flitty, lisping, arm-waving, derangement of it all.
I liked the way she subtly worked the contrast between her bubbly, flitty exterior and the bittersweet emotions underneath.
I'm especially impressed that you captured a flitty Yellow Warbler!
Hermes/Mercury was the messenger of the gods, had little flitty wings on his feet and was notoriously light in his Greco-Roman loafers.
Arrioso's flitty, touchy-feely investigation is dated and stereotypical but also affectionate, and the scene in which he runs afowl of a hypodermic loaded with some kind of luminous blue poison that exists only in the Argento apothecary found in the same outré universe as the Argento library and Argento airport is surprisingly poignant.
Yeah, those little brown flitty-twits that like to hang around shopping malls and fast-food parking lots.
It's possible that his large strides and massive clodding was meant to add some gravitas to the rather flitty business going on about him.
MySpace CEO Fired After Nine Months: Report Facebook veteran didn't last long at social network's helm MySpace members have a flitty, trend-chasing reputation.