fluttery

[fluht-uh-ree]
adjective

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see flutter, -y1

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fluttery (ˈflʌtərɪ)
 
adj
1.  flapping rapidly; fluttering
2.  showing nervousness or excitement
3.  light or insubstantial

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But above all, there's that feeling of entrapment that makes breathing shallow and heart rates fluttery.
The first dress appeared daubed with fluttery, cut-out pieces of the same fabric, a simple device that changed the surface.
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