Flit"ter (?), v. i.

To flutter.

[Obs.]

Chaucer.

 

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Flit"ter, v. t.

To flutter; to move quickly; as, to flitter the cards.

[R.]

Lowell.

 

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Flit"ter, n. [Cf. G. flitter spangle, tinsel, flittern to make a tremulous motion, to glitter. Cf. Flitter, v. i.]

A rag; a tatter; a small piece or fragment.

 

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