Noun(1) the act of moving back and forth(2) abnormally rapid beating of the auricles of the heart (especially in a regular rhythm(3) a disorderly outburst or tumult(4) the motion made by flapping up and down
Verb(1) move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart(2) move back and forth very rapidly(3) flap the wings rapidly or fly with flapping movements(4) beat rapidly(5) wink briefly
(1) He touched Jeff's name slightly, then let the page flutter to the floor.(2) Tiny winged creatures flutter about, causing the children to duck and wave their arms.(3) Feeling a strange flutter in the pit of my stomach, I looked away.(4) Any fans who fancy a consolation flutter should opt for 2-to Villarreal as history suggests this fate awaits them at El Madrigal on March 7.(5) Some people enjoy a little flutter , and see gambling as a harmless leisure activity.(6) Children, teenagers and adults flutter to the local courts in search of enjoyment and exercise.(7) She breathed a sigh of relief, and felt her heart give a warm flutter of excitement.(8) Remember that it's your comfortable retirement you're talking about, not a flutter on the horses.(9) Champagne was served before noon to kick-start the day, and a bookmaker was even invited to take bets should anyone fancy a flutter .(10) there was a flutter of wings at the window(11) She was careful not to turn her head as she heard the flutter of wings behind her.(12) I felt my heart flutter in my chest as butterflies stirred in my stomach.(13) Lost in her thoughts, she missed the light flutter of eyelids from the body on the bed.(14) Words that inspired generations cause a dyspeptic flutter in some intellectual breasts.(15) Cat felt a flutter in the pit of her stomach and instinctively pulled her leg away.(16) The hard flutter of their wings in the wind is as unmistakable as racehorse hoof beats.
(1) atrial flutter :: atrieflagren
1. beating ::
2. flicker ::
4. tremor ::
5. hoo-hah ::
6. waver ::
7. flit ::
8. flap ::
9. flicker ::
10. beat weakly ::
11. palpitate ::
12. bat ::
13. dart ::
14. waver ::
Different Formsaflutter, flutter, fluttered, fluttering, flutters, fluttery
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