flinder

flinder

(ˈflɪndə)
n
(Animals) a butterfly
vb
to scamper about flutteringlyto break (something) into flinders
References in classic literature ?
Bertie did not see the bottle go off; but the mate opportunely discharging a stick of real dynamite aft where it would harm nobody, Bertie would have sworn in any admiralty court to a nigger blown to flinders.
Even in June there were leaders, letters, large headlines, leaded type; the Daily Chronicle devoting half its literary page to a charming drawing of the island capital which the new Pall Mall, in a leading article headed by a pun, advised the Government to blow to flinders.
The Eagles went top of the BBL last Thursday - albeit only for 24 hours - and with new signing Flinder Boyd ready to make his debut in Friday's home game against London Capital, player-coach Flournoy thinks his team are getting into their stride at just the right time.
FAB FLOURNOY wants Great Britain stars Drew Sullivan AND Flinder Boyd at the Newcastle Eagles next season.
Taundry's freekick looped into the box but was spilled by Flinders.
FALKIRK'S loan keeper Scott Flinders believes he'll be heading back to Crystal Palace next week because he's heard nothing about a new deal from the Bairns.
The State Government has purchased a 1,610-hectare property on the western slopes of the Southern Flinders Ranges for future inclusion in the national parks system.
Summary: Melbourne [Australia], December 21 (ANI): Australia and England's Ashes players were confirmed safe after a car crashed into a group of people, close to Flinders Street Station in Melbourne on Thursday evening.
The white 4x4 appeared to go through a pedestrian crossing outside Flinders station and crashed into a tram stop, according to one eyewitness.
amp;nbsp;"[The proteins are] a bit like the car in your driveway," Flinders University medicine professor Nikolai Petrovsky told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Bache and Flinders believe the term multi-level governance (MLG) risks becoming threadbare.