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adv.1.In a fluttering manner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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All bad puns aside, there's a clever ultra-flexy wax in this mascara that envelops lashes and makes them flutteringly fabulous.
Balance and sonority over a huge dynamic range were also features of the few but vital contributions of the CBSO Chorus, whether sturdy as Knights of the Grail or flutteringly seductive as Flowermaidens.
Narrated in the first-person, the novels describe Ana's responses to Christian in terms of an experience of physical disarray, which constitutes a list of romance fiction cliches (Ana blushes and flushes, she shivers, she quivers, her heart rate accelerates, she flutteringly blinks, her 'eyelids matching [her] heart rate', her legs turn to 'Jell-O', she repeatedly faints and is often close to unconsciousness (pp8, 27)).