fly[ flahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF fly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLY
I fly to seek a kindlier sphere, Since thou hast ceased to love me here.
Should not one fly the man who is but suspected of such a one?
I have thirteen arrows yet, and if one of them fly unfleshed, then, by the twang of string!
Chip carefully brushed a fly off Polly's flank with the whip.
Now fly; for the other Gorgons will do their utmost to take vengeance for Medusa's death.
It is a wonder that the sparks did not fly, the Devil struck so hard on the hot iron.
She fortunately caught them, but then the handkerchiefs began to fly.
It made Tom fly, but it took the stiffening all out of my legs.
They are to us like the sun and moon and stars, to which we cannot fly.
"They haven't the strength to protect a fly," John whispered to his neighbour.