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- n. Agent noun of flutter; one who flutters.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, flutters.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who flutters; one who causes something to flutter.
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Why he called her his flutterer no one ever knew, unless it was because her ribbons were incessantly fluttering; but, had he called her his shadow, the name would have been more appropriate.
You see -- poor, giddy flutterer -- he did not like to hear the plain truth spoken; flattery would have pleased him better, yet truth, though sometimes bitter, is a wholesome tonic when taken properly.
Philosophy there is, and very good philosophy too, from the flutterer and fritter, and such love-making as every virtuous woman (at heart a minx) allows.
The one marked with a cross is drawn by the flutterer and means that he is for it.
The pigeons flew toward the flutterer, made a swirl in the air, and began to light on the pigeon pole.
If not, it meant that she was out of the chrysalis and had become, not the busy bee that belongs to the mesquite and the sage, but a gaudier, less responsible flutterer among eastern flower-beds.
"Don't get alarmed, don't get peevish, don't get panicky, don't be a wicked old flutterer, Ham, my boy!" he said.
It was only the lightest touch; and instantly, suddenly, as if startled by the chill contact, the azure flutterer rose again.
It seemed to catch the eccentric little flutterer fairly.
'This,' said Mr Wopples in his deep voice, holding his wife's hand as if he were afraid she would float upward thro 'the ceiling like a bubble -- a not unlikely thing seeing how remarkably ethereal she looked;' this is my flutterer. '