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To move wings or the arms up and down.
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  1. To move wings or the arms up and down.
  2. To move back and forth or up and down as in beating the air, usually with some noise
  3. To hang down as a flap
To give a wavy form or appearance to
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  1. To give a wavy form or appearance to
  2. To move like the undulating surface of a body of water; to undulate.
  3. To be formed or set in small folds or waves, as cloth or hair
To shake involuntarily, as from excitement or anger; quake.
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  1. To shake involuntarily, as from excitement or anger; quake.
  2. To quiver, quake, totter, vibrate, etc.
  3. To feel fear or anxiety:
To hang down as a flap
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  1. To hang down as a flap
  2. To cause to move or sway with a fluttering or waving motion:
  3. To fly or try to fly by flapping the wings
To move through the air by using wings, as a bird does
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  1. To move through the air by using wings, as a bird does
  2. (Baseball) To hit a fly ball.
  3. To cause to fly or float in the air:
To signal by moving a hand, arm, light, etc. to and fro
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  1. To signal by moving a hand, arm, light, etc. to and fro
  2. To move or swing (something) as a signal; motion with (the hand, arms, etc.)
  3. To cause to move back and forth or up and down, either once or repeatedly:
To cause to move or sway with a fluttering or waving motion:
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  1. To cause to move or sway with a fluttering or waving motion:
  2. To move (wings or arms, for example) up and down.
  3. To move back and forth or up and down as in beating the air, usually with some noise
(Brit., Informal) To leave quickly, as to escape creditors
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  1. (Brit., Informal) To leave quickly, as to escape creditors
  2. To move quickly from one condition or location to another.
  3. (Scot., North Eng.) To move to other quarters, esp. by stealth
  1. To flutter or quiver
  2. To move quickly from one condition or location to another
  3. To move about rapidly and nimbly
To move through the air by using wings, as a bird does
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  1. To move through the air by using wings, as a bird does
  2. To cause to fly or float in the air:
  3. (Baseball) To hit a fly ball.
(Informal) To move or proceed quickly
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  1. (Informal) To move or proceed quickly
  2. To be moved forward by means of a sail or sails
  3. To move along through the air:
To say or do (something) without preparation or forethought; improvise:
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  1. To say or do (something) without preparation or forethought; improvise:
  2. To wound, as with a bullet, in the wing, arm, etc.
  3. To strike or wound in a wing or an appendage:
To move waveringly; flutter:
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  1. To move waveringly; flutter:
  2. To appear briefly:
  3. To move with a quick, light, wavering motion
To move quickly from one condition or location to another.
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  1. To move quickly from one condition or location to another.
  2. (Brit., Informal) To leave quickly, as to escape creditors
  3. (Scot., North Eng.) To move to other quarters, esp. by stealth
  1. To flutter or quiver
  2. To move quickly from one condition or location to another
  3. To move about rapidly and nimbly
To stay suspended or flutter in the air near one place
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  1. To stay suspended or flutter in the air near one place
  2. (Computers) To position a pointer over an object or area of the screen, causing a pop-up box to appear or other change to occur:
  3. To remain floating, suspended, or fluttering in the air:
To fall in torrents:
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  1. To fall in torrents:
  2. To strike so as to produce music or a signal:
  3. To emit sound when struck:
To move or sway while fixed at one edge or corner; flutter:
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  1. To move or sway while fixed at one edge or corner; flutter:
  2. To fly or try to fly by flapping the wings
  3. To move back and forth or up and down as in beating the air, usually with some noise
To flutter.
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  1. To flutter.
  2. To move about rapidly and nimbly
  3. To move quickly from one condition or location to another
To drop or lay (something) down heavily and noisily:
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  1. To drop or lay (something) down heavily and noisily:
  2. In certain poker games, to have attained (a hand) as a result of the first three community cards that are dealt face up at the same time:
  3. (Photoengraving) To turn (a film negative) face down before exposure to a metal plate, in order to create a desired mirror image
To move shakily; wobble:
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  1. To move shakily; wobble:
  2. To move (an attached part, for example) with short, quick motions:
  3. To move in a shaky or wobbly manner; totter
To signal by moving a hand, arm, light, etc. to and fro
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  1. To signal by moving a hand, arm, light, etc. to and fro
  2. To cause to move back and forth or up and down, either once or repeatedly:
  3. To move or swing (something) as a signal; motion with (the hand, arms, etc.)
Discussion meant to stir up people and produce changes
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  1. Discussion meant to stir up people and produce changes
  2. The stirring up of public interest in a matter of controversy, such as a political or social issue.
  3. Emotional disturbance or excitement
A form of noise which is intentionally applied to randomize errors which occur in the processing of both digital audio and digital video data
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  1. A form of noise which is intentionally applied to randomize errors which occur in the processing of both digital audio and digital video data
  2. A state of indecisive agitation.
  3. A nervously excited or confused condition
The condition of being flustered
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  1. The condition of being flustered
  2. A state of agitation, confusion, or excitement.
(Countable, astronomy, physics) Variation in an orbit due to the influence of external bodies
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  1. (Countable, astronomy, physics) Variation in an orbit due to the influence of external bodies
  2. A small change in a physical system, such as a variation in a planet's orbit resulting from the gravitational influence of other celestial bodies.
  3. Variation in a designated orbit, as of a planet, that results from the influence of one or more external bodies. Gravitational attraction between planets can cause perturbations and cause a planet to deviate from its expected orbit. Perturbations in Neptune's orbit led to the discovery of the object—Pluto—that was causing the perturbation. Perturbations in the orbits of stars have led to the discovery of planetary systems outside of our Solar system.
A state of agitation of the mind or emotions:
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  1. A state of agitation of the mind or emotions:
  2. A disorderly commotion or disturbance:
  3. Confusion; agitation; disturbance
A state of extreme confusion or agitation; commotion or tumult:
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  1. A state of extreme confusion or agitation; commotion or tumult:
  2. Tumult; commotion; uproar; confusion
  3. Harassing labour; trouble; disturbance.
The act of upsetting or the condition of being upset:
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  1. The act of upsetting or the condition of being upset:
  2. A condition of indigestion:
  3. An upsetting or being upset
(Slang) An excited or agitated state
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  1. (Slang) An excited or agitated state
  2. Froth formed by profuse sweating, as on a horse.
  3. (Informal) A condition of anxious or heated discomposure; agitation:
A state of vexation or worry
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  1. A state of vexation or worry
  2. A dish cooked by stewing, especially a mixture of meat or fish and vegetables with stock.
  3. (Informal) Mental agitation:
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