`Far away up the desolate slope I heard a harsh scream, and saw a thing like a huge white butterfly go slanting and flittering
up into the sky and, circling, disappear over some low hillocks beyond.
We didn't have no trouble about snags; the lightning was glaring and flittering
around so constant that we could see them plenty soon enough to throw her head this way or that and miss them.
In the tradition of the rhythmic pop that has become a staple of both Sheeran's and Bieber's sound, the track's beat comes courtesy of an acoustic snare that paces the vocals in almost a flittering
As a boy, Lilly perfected his shooting skills on moving targets like buzzards and bats, darting bees, and flittering
"We were flittering
around for 10 years and he transferred us into coming out of nowhere to win an All-Ireland title and we were at the end of our careers, a lot of us," Kerins explains.
For this Hungarian-born British novelist, there are no sweeping canyons, no dry breezes, no sensuous breaths flittering
out from the lips of a beautiful woman, no twilight beams refracting off the cobblestone streets, no shifty eyes betraying a greater truth.
people, every makeout session, every flittering
of the hands, every
SWALLOWS and dragonflies have been flittering
, newborn ponies cantering and fish jumping on the glorious Gower Peninsula this week.
This is lazy, unhurried luxurious time, not squeezed in guiltily between other social obligations, but prime time, one that can be memorable for the children of an era where Mum and Dad are generally flittering
figures who come in through one door, linger and exit from the other.
"At this time of year, there are still plenty of butterflies flittering
about as well as the last of the summer seabirds, such as puffins, terns and guillemots.
Despite a brief flittering
of hope, Arsenal exited the Champions League to Bayern Munich on Wednesday to end all hope of an end arriving to the club's long trophy drought this season.
Putting the bank under sanctions would effectively cripple oil exports, a move the West is hesitant to make, particularly with the global economy flittering
with another recession.