flying[ flahy-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF flying
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLYING
We on the other hand cross the ocean in sixteen hours in a flying machine.
My brother and Pierre went on a flying trip to the South-East in search of water.
At Gawler we were received by a crowd of people, and flags were flying to do us honour.
It proved to be an autograph from the Flying Dutchman to his wife.
He looked like a harbinger of tempest, a shipmate of the Flying Dutchman.
Bullets were flying in all directions, and there was no question of shelter.
The flying machine must move faster than the air to which it is opposed.
Identically the same thing is done in the construction of the flying machine.
The line extends from the drum to the flying or gliding machine.
They are free from this rule when flying at altitudes of more than 100 feet.