Scrabble Word FLY

Definition of FLY:

  • detrimental factor; detraction
  • during flight; before falling to the ground
  • fishhook designed to resemble an insect
  • flap that conceals fasteners in a garment opening
  • hurriedly; without pausing
  • shrewd, knowing [adj FLIER or FLYER, FLIEST or FLYEST] / to move through the air [v FLEW, FLOWN, FLYING, FLIES] / to hit a ball high in the air in baseball [v FLIED, FLYING, FLIES]
  • the space above a theater stage
  • to act in defiance of (authority, custom, etc.)
  • to be put out by hitting a fly ball that is caught by a player of the opposing team
  • to cause to move through the air or transport by air
  • to cease being a nuisance
  • to confine oneself to one's own affairs
  • to give free rein to an emotion
  • to hurl or propel (a weapon, missile, etc.)
  • to move or be carried through the air, using wings or in an aircraft
  • to move swiftly
  • to operate (an aircraft)
  • to put up with or get used to matters as they stand
  • winged insect

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