UZBEKY-BEKY-BEKY-BEKY-STAN In 2011 Herman Cain was fleetingly the frontrunner for the Republican nomination.
For the overwhelming majority of people in this country, the likelihood of contracting it is fleetingly small.
I had seen the old burgh once or twice before, fleetingly and with but a stranger's eyes; now it was my home.
Calliope looked at me fleetingly, as if she were measuring my ability to understand.
Only fleetingly visible for a while, she finally seemed to have sunk into the earth.
"I don't think that will bother you much now," she whispered, fleetingly.
Valiant was the flier, but far mightier he who fleetingly pursued him.
He kissed her briefly, fleetingly, and returned to the paper.
Mike saw the figure—dimly, fleetingly, obscured most of the time by the driving whiteness.
She turned to him fleetingly a countenance of appeal and perplexity.
early 13c., "fickle, shifting, unstable," from Old English fleotende "floating, drifting," later "flying, moving swiftly," from present participle of fleotan (see fleet (v.)). Meaning "existing only briefly" is from 1560s.