flown[ flohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF flown
Synonyms for flown
- take off
- bend the throttle
- jet out
- jet over
- remain aloft
- sky out
- take a hop
- take flight
- take wing
- wing in
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOWN
He was blanketing his horse, and Isabel had flown into the sitting-room.
How the bright years have flown Since I was a child scarce to maidenhood grown!
For Barnaby himself, the time which had flown by, had passed him like the wind.
Ah, for the voice that has flown away like a bird to an unknown shore!
The blood had flown violently to his neck, which was burning him.
I think of that empty sheath I saw, and wonder where the soul has flown.
Now in our time of need the Colonies have flown to our side.
They had flown back to their little mistress and their home.
However, the birds were flown, and I had no doubt that they had gone to hear mass.
But the flock of night birds had not flown out into the sun.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR FLOWN
- burned up
- down the drain
- dried up
- no more
- not a sign of
- not here
- out the window
- taken a powder
- taken leave
- turned to dust