flight[ flahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF flight
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLIGHT
There was another whose spirit was equally desirous of flight—Burke!
Even had he not been bound by his promise to Sidney, flight would have been foolish.
It seems to me an easy thing to do, so often have I myself planned our flight.
A while ago I thought to have been as eager for flight as you are.
On its 36-hour flight in May, 1909, the Zeppelin, carried only eight passengers.
They stood before him palpitating like birds, poised, tense for flight.
Warmly discourages Miss Howe's motion to accompany her in her flight.
He ran deftly from trunk to trunk, and then continued his flight among the bushes.
Breathless, at last he paused at the top of the third flight.
She waited for him at the bottom of the flight;—happily for him, for he was all at sea.