He flitted away down the path, his head held high, with an air of somewhat jaded jauntiness.
When I called to get the money she owed me, I found she’d done a moonlight flit.
He returned somewhat despondently to his river again—his faithful, steady-going old river, which never packed up, flitted, or went into winter quarters.
All right...This will stop your flitting about!
Mr. Ollivander was flitting around the shelves, taking down boxes.
A single dot was flitting around a room in the bottom left-hand corner-Snapes office.
A small bird flitted near his head.
For the first time, a spasm of fear flitted across Quirrell's face.
For the first time, something like a grin flitted across Sirius's face.
Who can tell how appalling to the wounded whale must have been such huge phantoms flitting over his head!
The bat that flits at close of eve
Seven to five! repeated the other; and the two figures flitted away in different directions.
And at night the firefly flits to and fro, shining like a tiny star.
As Harry entered, a few flitted into neighbouring frames and whispered urgently into their neighbour's ear.
" Of course, " said Black, and the ghost of a grin flitted across his gaunt face.
As Harry entered, a few flitted into neighbouring frames and whispered urgently into their neighbour's ears.
Dragonflies and swallows and nighthawks seine the air where the minute winged creatures flit out their minute life spans.
Like all humankind, they flitted from the gloom into the light and so back into the gloom once more.
Flitting out of his cave like a winged messenger.
None of this flitting to the surface and other such nonsense.
Know what? Still, you do not just meet someone and go flitting off to Vermont.
Well, when you first met Barry, you flitted off to Vail.
Flit just doesn't like strangers. Well, I'm not a stranger any more.