Definition of Fliting

1. Verb. (present participle of flite) ¹



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Definition of Fliting

1. flite [v] - See also: flite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fliting

flisked
fliskier
fliskiest
flisking
flisks
flisky
flist
flitch
flitched
flitches
flitching
flite
flited
flites
fliting (current term)
flits
flitt
flitted
flitten
flitter
flitter-mice
flitter-mouse
flittered
flittering
flittering scotoma
flitterjigs
flittermice
flittermouse
flittern

Literary usage of Fliting

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1861)
"A servant would say of a scolding mistress, she fliting agean ; or don't ... fliting may be performed by one person, the other being silent ..."

2. Specimens of Early English: With Introductions, Notes, and Glossarial Index by Richard Morris (1887)
"This poem is of the character which may be described as 'a fliting," or ... compare the poem entitled ' The fliting of Dunbar and Kennedy,' in which those ..."

3. Publications by Scottish History Society (1894)
"... for grinding ye razors, to workmen at our fliting, and for eall to masons, cariers away of red, and to other workmen . . . 0 19 0 spent w' Ja. nie., ..."

4. Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin by University of Wisconsin (1908)
"... however, that Beowulf got the best of the 'fliting'. Ibid., 499 ft. "HM., 588-89. ..."

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