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  • n. Plural form of flutter.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flutter.

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Examples

  • A light breeze - la rouzé in Creole - flutters the shredded fringe of the tarp walls that constitute Jerusalem's bureau central.

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  • Her own name flutters here and there, but almost apologetically, as if her role in it all was faintly embarrassing.

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  • My idea and photograph were accepted as the trademark for the company: upon the mast of a sailboat a flag inscribed with the word Production flutters in the wind followed by five smaller flags bearing the letters K-O-R-D-A which flutter together for a while as the boats siren wails.

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  • June 18, 2006, 6: 08 pm jumbo mortgage loan says: jumbo mortgage loan remittance password flutters morphine:

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  • I had no problem with that — except for a girl's romantic heart flutters, that is. "

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  • That's exactly how it feels too "flutters". en Español

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  • I know it sounds crazy but I keep getting belly 'flutters' like when I was pregnant and its loverly in a nostalgic way but kind of upsetting as I; ve been ttc no 2 for ages and it reminds me of what I'm missing when I'm trying really hard this month NOT to think about the whole pregnancy thing!

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  • "When the dawn shines from the east, and the birds sing and mourn on the entangled trees, my sword flutters in my scabbard, and cries out that it longs for the contest.

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  • Anything that flutters its wings and carries a beat sounds the beginning of love.

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