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Flight feathers
Flight feathers (Zo["o]l.), the wing feathers of a bird, including the quills, coverts, and bastard wing. See Bird. To put to flight, To turn to flight, to compel to run away; to force to flee; to rout. Syn: Pair; set. See Pair.
Flighted
Flighted Flight"ed, a. 1. Taking flight; flying; -- used in composition. ``Drowsy-flighted steeds.' --Milton. 2. (Her.) Feathered; -- said of arrows.
Flighter
Flighter Flight"er, n. (Brewing) A horizontal vane revolving over the surface of wort in a cooler, to produce a circular current in the liquor. --Knight.
Flightily
Flightily Flight"i*ly, adv. In a flighty manner.
Flightiness
Flightiness Flight"i*ness, n. The state or quality of being flighty. The flightness of her temper. --Hawthorne. Syn: Levity; giddiness; volatility; lightness; wildness; eccentricity. See Levity.
Passive flight
Passive flight Passive flight Flight, such as gliding and soaring, accomplished without the use of motive power.
snowflight
Snowbird Snow"bird, n. (Zo["o]l.) (a) An arctic finch (Plectrophenax, or Plectrophanes, nivalis) common, in winter, both in Europe and the United States, and often appearing in large flocks during snowstorms. It is partially white, but variously marked with chestnut and brown. Called also snow bunting, snowflake, snowfleck, and snowflight. (b) Any finch of the genus Junco which appears in flocks in winter time, especially J. hyemalis in the Eastern United States; -- called also blue snowbird. See Junco. (c) The fieldfare. [Prov. Eng.]
To put to flight
Flight feathers (Zo["o]l.), the wing feathers of a bird, including the quills, coverts, and bastard wing. See Bird. To put to flight, To turn to flight, to compel to run away; to force to flee; to rout. Syn: Pair; set. See Pair.
To turn to flight
Flight feathers (Zo["o]l.), the wing feathers of a bird, including the quills, coverts, and bastard wing. See Bird. To put to flight, To turn to flight, to compel to run away; to force to flee; to rout. Syn: Pair; set. See Pair.
To wing a flight
To wing a flight, to exert the power of flying; to fly.

Meaning of Flight from wikipedia

- Flight or flying is the process by which an object moves through a space without contacting any planetary surface, either within an atmosphere (i.e. air...
- Flight International is a monthly magazine focused on aerospace. Published in the United Kingdom and founded in 1909 as "A Journal devoted to the Interests...
- American Airlines Flight 11 was a domestic p****enger flight that was hijacked by five al-Qaeda terrorists on September 11, 2001, as part of the September 11...
- United Airlines Flight 175 was a domestic p****enger flight that was hijacked by five al-Qaeda terrorists on September 11, 2001, as part of the September...
- Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370/MAS370) was an international p****enger flight operated by Malaysia Airlines that disappeared on 8 March 2014 while...
- United Airlines Flight 93 was a domestic scheduled p****enger flight that was hijacked by four al-Qaeda terrorists on board as part of the September 11...
- Helios Airways Flight 522 was a scheduled p****enger flight from Larnaca, Cyprus, to Prague, Czech Republic, with a stopover in Athens, Greece. Shortly...
- 87111; -77.05806 American Airlines Flight 77 was a scheduled American Airlines domestic transcontinental p****enger flight from Washington Dulles International...
- Look up flight in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Flight is the process by which an object moves without direct support from a surface. Flight may also...
- Bird flight is the primary mode of locomotion used by most bird species in which birds take off and fly. Flight ****ists birds with feeding, breeding, avoiding...