from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A weight division in professional boxing having an upper limit of 112 pounds (50.4 kilograms), between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight.
- n. A boxer competing in this weight division.
- n. A similar weight division in other sports, such as weightlifting.
- n. A contestant in this weight division.
- n. Something that is particularly small, light, or inconsequential.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a weight that moves outward depending on centrifugal force.
- n. a weight division of professional boxing between junior flyweight and junior bantamweight; a boxer in this division
- n. a similar division and contestant in wrestling
- n. small, light or unimportant
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- n. weighs no more than 115 pounds
- n. an amateur boxer who weighs no more than 112 pounds
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Labrada finished second at the 2003 world championships in flyweight, while Yague won the finweight division.
Schutzstaffel (SS) tried to set up a fight between him, a tiny flyweight fellow, and a tall dying guy, whom they hoped hed kill with one blow.
As a result there is a flyweight called Kwanpichit 13 Rien Express in honour of a Bangkok restaurant, while an unbeaten southpaw super-flyweight has been variously known as Samson Toyota-Thailand, Samson 3-K Battery and Samson Dutch Boy Gym according to who was stumping up the cash at the time.
Marc Warren as Luke is an engaging presence and has a flyweight dynamism.
But, although Warren has an engaging presence and a flyweight dynamism, he cannot overcome the contradictions of a script that require him to be both impish devil and noble redeemer.
The enduring mystery is how he has managed to win titles in a record eight weight classes, from flyweight (112-pound limit) to light-middleweight (154-pound limit).
The only boxer to have won world titles in eight different divisions, moving up from flyweight to light middleweight, which are separated by 42 pounds, Pacquiao is without peer.
Time thus throws its flyweight avoir du poids on the side of the political class in the lengthy finger-pointing and buck-passing contest between the politicians and the financial community about whose responsibility the crisis was.
At the Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York (Fox Sports Net) — Ivan Calderon (33-0-1) vs. Jesus Iribe (17-6-4), 12 rounds, for Ring/WBO junior flyweight title.
•At Buenos Aires — Omar Narvaez (31-0-2) vs. Jesus Jimenez (27-5) 12 rounds for WBO flyweight title.