Flown [verb]

Definition of Flown:

take to the air, usually employing wings

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Sentence/Example of Flown:

But last night I told Mr. Hofer that my slender stock of patience had gone—flown—evaporated.

As for Ephraim, their glory hath flown away like bird from the birth, and from the womb, and from the conception.

Thou hast multiplied thy merchandises above the stars of heaven: the bruchus hath spread himself and flown away.

Before the chief could reply, a beautiful dove-colored bird had flown close to his ear and had spoken to him in soft, low tones.

The crows, with a shriek of defiance at nothing in particular, having flown away, Miss Livingstone transferred her attention.

The Professor threw some crumbs to a chaffinch, which had flown down within a few yards of the tea-table.

Ah, years sweet smiling, now forever flown!Ten years thrice told, alas!

Blacky shook out his feathers and then flew out of the tall pine-tree as silently as he had flown into it.

Her energy was in the slowness; but for inimitable strength, I felt she would have run, she would have flown to me.

Then John Willie looked at his watch, and at first thought it must have stopped, the time had flown so.