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flite

(flaɪt; Scottish fləɪt) or

flyte

vb
(tr) to scold or rail at
n
a dispute or scolding
[Old English flītan to wrangle, of Germanic origin; related to Old Frisian flīt strife, Old High German flīz strife]

flite


Past participle: flited
Gerund: fliting

Imperative
flite
flite
Present
I flite
you flite
he/she/it flites
we flite
you flite
they flite
Preterite
I flited
you flited
he/she/it flited
we flited
you flited
they flited
Present Continuous
I am fliting
you are fliting
he/she/it is fliting
we are fliting
you are fliting
they are fliting
Present Perfect
I have flited
you have flited
he/she/it has flited
we have flited
you have flited
they have flited
Past Continuous
I was fliting
you were fliting
he/she/it was fliting
we were fliting
you were fliting
they were fliting
Past Perfect
I had flited
you had flited
he/she/it had flited
we had flited
you had flited
they had flited
Future
I will flite
you will flite
he/she/it will flite
we will flite
you will flite
they will flite
Future Perfect
I will have flited
you will have flited
he/she/it will have flited
we will have flited
you will have flited
they will have flited
Future Continuous
I will be fliting
you will be fliting
he/she/it will be fliting
we will be fliting
you will be fliting
they will be fliting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been fliting
you have been fliting
he/she/it has been fliting
we have been fliting
you have been fliting
they have been fliting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been fliting
you will have been fliting
he/she/it will have been fliting
we will have been fliting
you will have been fliting
they will have been fliting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been fliting
you had been fliting
he/she/it had been fliting
we had been fliting
you had been fliting
they had been fliting
Conditional
I would flite
you would flite
he/she/it would flite
we would flite
you would flite
they would flite
Past Conditional
I would have flited
you would have flited
he/she/it would have flited
we would have flited
you would have flited
they would have flited
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References in classic literature ?
Tulkinghorn hurries to the landing and calls, "Miss Flite! Flite!
The surgeon leans against the corner of the chimney-piece; Miss Flite peeps and trembles just within the door.
The patented Flite technology used by FlyingTee provides the tracking for golfers and the ability to virtually play championship courses.
The company says the FLITE COV provides a safe breathing air supply for many maintenance and safety operations--particularly confined space entry in immediately dangerous to life or health atmospheres.
Roger Baker, chief information officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs, said the agency had already been struggling to get one piece of its Financial and Logistics Integrated Technology Enterprise (FLITE) program up and running.
It's of great interest to me since I own Sim Flite Minnesota, which has AATDs.
Since 2005, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has been undertaking an initiative to develop an integrated financial and asset management system known as the Financial and Logistics Integrated Technology Enterprise (FLITE).
So when presented with the same dilemma 10 months before deploying for OIF 06-08, we pulled out our "Top Flite" security platoon blueprint and made some modifications.
- Bob Rannow of Sandpines Golf Links in Florence and partner Louie Runge shot an 8-under-par 64 in the second round Tuesday to take the lead in the Pacific Northwest PGA Top Flite Shoot-Out by two strokes.
In addition to moving around, you may want to take a product I found called Flite Tabs.
And things took an even more amazing twist when the two women discovered they had both been playing with a Top Flite 2000 ball, each of which was marked with a two.