Fluttering [verb]

Definition of Fluttering:

wave rapidly, flap

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Sentence/Example of Fluttering:

It is a sad spectacle to see the weaklings bruised, exhausted, fluttering back to earth.'

She dropped her whip and gloves on to a table, and sank into a chair to wait, her heart fluttering in her throat.

She is all fragrant with blossoms, and in a moment the butterflies come fluttering round her.

He led Kennedy up-stairs, and left him at the door; he well knew that her heart would be fluttering as much as his.

Soon we could see the innumerable banners fluttering, and then the sun struck the sea of armor and set it all aflash.

Occasionally a faint fluttering of the pulse seemed to tell of returning power; but it was but a false hope held out.

He did not even feel the soft fluttering breath, playing and hesitating, as it were, round her lips as her eyes slowly closed.

He half expected a check to fall fluttering to the floor; but alas, there was not a single flutter.

He showed no sign of life, except that Ida imagined that she detected a feeble fluttering of the heart.

With a noisy, petulant fluttering of foliage the bushes sprang back to their former position.