from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past participle of fly1.
- adj. Archaic Filled to excess.
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- v. Past participle of fly
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- p. p. of fly; -- often used with the auxiliary verb to be.
- adj. Flushed, inflated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Flooded; steeped; filled; made full.
- Decorated by means of color freely blended or flowed, as a glaze. See flow, intransitive verb, 8.
- n. Past participle of fly.
Of course, the computers say the paper rocket that has never flown is much more reliable than the Delta.
He is also no stranger to the skies above Washington, having flown from the Capitol more than once.
My maid (who heretofore has been an impeccable source of information) tells me he has again flown the coop.
A $7 million surveillance plane equipped to detect air, land and sea threats was flown from the Canadian border to Colorado Springs in April to ...
A $7 million surveillance plane equipped to detect air, land and sea threats was flown from the Canadian border to Colorado Springs in April to assist in an investigation of marijuana-growing operations that apparently resulted in charges against six people.
The budget carrier, which two years ago overtook Philippine Airlines as the largest domestic carrier in terms of passengers flown, is planning to expand its fleet to 47 aircraft from 29 within the next five years.
He felt his heart beating against the bottle, and he thought of the chickadee that had flown from the Indian's coat earlier that day.
He had flown from the murders and tried to lose himself, but by an amazing grace he had found Julia instead.
What shold NOT be flown is any political or pressure group banner. on May 17, 2009 at 4: 50 pm TaffyMedic
While the double ll as a separate letter has flown from the REA dictionary, it is still included in the teaching of the alphabet in a goodly number of Mexican primary schools.