\flˈa͡ɪt], \flˈaɪt], \f_l_ˈaɪ_t]\
Definitions of FLIGHT
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By William Hand Browne, Samuel Stehman Haldeman
By James Champlin Fernald
By Nuttall, P.Austin.
A hasty removal; the act of flying or fleeing; a volley or shower, as of darts or arrows; an excursion, as a flight of the imagination; a mounting; a soaring; an extravagant sally, as of ambition; space passed, as by flying; a flock of birds or winged creatures; birds produced in the same season; a series, as stairs.
By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H.
n. [Anglo-Saxon] Act of fleeing; hasty departure; escape;â€”the act of flying; mode or style of flying;â€”a number of beings or things passing through the air together; a flock of birds;â€”a discharge or volley, as of arrows;â€”a mounting; a soaring; lofty elevation, as of imagination;â€”extravagant range, as of folly;â€”display or caprice, as of temper;â€”periodical migration of birds;â€”the birds produced in one season;â€”a reach of steps or stairs from one landing to another.
The act of flying or running from danger; the act of using wings; removal from place to place by means of wings; a flock of birds flying together; the birds produced in the same season, as the harvest Flight of pigeons; a volley, a shower; the space past by flying; heat of imagination, sally of the soul.
By Thomas Sheridan