Definition of Flied

1. Verb. (American English) (baseball) (past of fly) (meaning to hit a fly ball) ¹



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Definition of Flied

1. fly [v] - See also: fly

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flied

flickertails
flickery
flickest
flickier
flickiest
flicking
flicks
flicky
flics
flid
flidge
flidged
flidges
flidging
flids
flied (current term)
flier
fliers
flies
flies the coop
flies the nest
fliest
flieth
flight
flight-shot
flight-shots
flight attendant
flight attendants
flight blindness
flight ceiling

Literary usage of Flied

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1. The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England: From the Earliest by Great Britain Parliament (1763)
"I. take an Account of the Blood fo flied, ... that he had flied the Blood of War, but that he had flied the Blood of War in Time of Peace: Whereas if the ..."

2. Fraser's Magazine (1878)
"SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, £1000000. ANNUAL INCOME, £210000. A flied sum In cnse of Death by л Weekly Allowance in the event . secured at ..."

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