from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Made or worn loose or draped, as to allow or suggest fluttering in the wind: a flyaway coat; long, flyaway hair.
- adj. Prepared for immediate flight: a plane in flyaway condition.
- adj. Designed for air travel: flyaway bags.
- adj. Given to frivolity; flighty.
- n. Sports An aerial gymnastic move performed on the parallel bars, rings, or other apparatus, especially a flying dismount with a somersault.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Soft, light, unruly, and difficult to set into a style.
- n. A stray hair of this kind.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Disposed to fly away; flighty; unrestrained; light and free; -- used of both persons and things.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Flighty; restless; fluttering: as, a flyaway young woman; a flyaway costume.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. guided by whim and fancy
- adj. (of hair or clothing) worn loose
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So we're operating off a flyaway, which is a much smaller satellite dish.
The outermost one, called the flyaway, was being furled, though the sailor stretched out upon the stay beneath the bowsprit was drenched by each downward plunge of the schooner's bow.
She said no, and the president called her flyaway curls "a real fashion statement."
They will expect to contend at Spa and Monza and then have an advantage as the season heads for its final "flyaway" leg in the Asia and Brazil.
Heikki Kovalainen is delighted with the way the brand-new Lotus team has performed in the first four, non-European 'flyaway' races of the 2010 season.
Kovalainen highly satisfied with last Lotus 'flyaway'
The three-week gap between last weekend's Chinese Grand Prix and the forthcoming Spanish Grand Prix on 9 May should on paper provide teams with the opportunity to refine their cars before the European leg of the season begins - and allow drivers some well-deserved rest following the gruelling schedule of four 'flyaway' races in just five weeks.
Ecclestone has suggested, rather than a knee-jerk reaction now, the sport would be better served to adopt a calm, rational view and address the matter after the next three 'flyaway' grands prix in Australia, Malaysia and China.
With the Chinese Grand Prix, the fourth and final event of the opening 'flyaway' sequence of races, looming this weekend, Whitmarsh is keen to tighten up the entire
The McLaren driver's third place at the opener in Bahrain has so far been the highlight of the traditional early-season 'flyaway' races, which conclude in China next week before the series heads back to Europe.