I flit from
court to court at my own free will and pleasure, and am always welcome.
Her cheeks were thin and hollow, her eyes a little too prominent, some hidden expression which seemed at times to flit from
one to the other of her features suggested a sensuality which was a little incongruous with her somewhat angular figure and generally cold demeanour.
Charm, fury, outrage, indignation, he can flit from
one emotion to another with ease, and this latest silent protest will not have been anything more than another tactic employed to lead his men closer to the title.
Written in a distinctly personal voice, the book covers a lot of territory very readably, even if Johnson does flit from
topic to topic like a butterfly in a flower garden.
I should not be at all surprised if Big Sister hadn't always planned her early flit from
the Big Brother house.
Danvers' Christine is a bit hit and miss, but it's a taxing role, which calls upon her to flit from
emotion to emotion without ever grounding her character.
In the canopy above, several types of honeycreepers, including a crimson Akepa and a green-and-yellow Akiapolaau, flit from
flower to flower.
Flatley will flit from
his floating fair-weather holiday to England, where he's due to dance through a record-shattering 22 concerts in a row at Wembley Arena.