Asaki had started to unload emergency supplies from the flitter.
"I'll have everything on the tapes in the flitter," Cloud reminded.
Their two alien passengers were out of the flitter as soon as he opened the bubble shield.
flitter's arm was long, especially from his elbow to his hand.
But, perhaps by now the flitter was gone, he might never reach the RS 10.
He looked to the southwest where a flitter was growing larger as it approached.
Mayhall took the paper and looked it up and down helplessly—flitter Bill slyly watching him.
Did you ever see him cut circles in the air like flitter the Bat?
The flitter was boring forwards on a projectile flight, into the dark of the night.
I think she is just flitter and frosting—just a Christmas-card.
1540s, from flit with frequentative suffix. Flitter-mouse (1540s) is occasionally used in English, in imitation of German fledermaus "bat," from Old High German fledaron "to flutter." Related: Flittered; flittering. As a noun, from 1892.