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Noun
Plural for an act of flapping or waving, usually quickly and irregularly
“The princes rode on richly caparisoned elephants, in gaudy howdahs, accompanied by the flutter of flags and banners of bright-colored silks.”
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Plural for a slight trembling movement or sound, sometimes figuratively
“For a moment, I felt a flutter of hope in my chest. Was he coming back? Did he like us after all?”
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Plural for a sudden burst of movement or activity
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“Inside her head was a flutter of activity, as she attempted to piece together what happened.”
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Plural for a state of nervous excitement or confusion
“She was all in a flutter after hearing the unexpected news.”
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(British) Plural for a bet, gamble or risky action
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“I only wish that I had been less of a realist and had a flutter on the outcome, because to everyone's amazement, we managed to achieve a draw.”
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Plural for a typically loud state of activity or disturbance
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Plural for a beat or rhythm that is abnormal
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Plural for a twinkling of light
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Plural for heartbeat with irregular rhythm
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Plural for the act of closing and opening one eye quickly
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Plural for a movement from side to side or back and forth
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Plural for a slight movement of air
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Plural for the regular throbbing of the heart, an artery etc.
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Plural for a feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness
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Plural for a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances
Verb
To move or cause to move in a rhythmic, flapping motion
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“When cliff swallows collect mud, they flutter their wings above their backs and also elevate their tails.”
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To move about restlessly
“Tiny winged creatures flutter about, causing the children to duck and wave their arms.”
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To beat strongly or rapidly, especially of the heart
“Her heart began to flutter again as she braced herself for a second look at the dreadful scene.”
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To give, or cause to give, a short, sudden jerking or convulsive movement
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To open and shut one's eyelids rapidly
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To move in an energetic and busy manner
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To move or glide through the air
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To bother or cause distress in (someone)
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To shine with a sudden intensity
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To strike or hit, especially repeatedly
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(literally or figuratively) To move or proceed with a given movement or momentum
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