To flap or wavequickly but irregularly. (verb) जल्दी से फड़फड़ाना या लहराना लेकिन अनियमित रूप से।
The act of fluttering. (noun) फड़फड़ाने की क्रिया।
Examples of word flutter
In these two wind-conscious memoirs, the word flutter appears often and imaginatively.
Therein flutter the souls of the dead; for the dead be many and the living few.
State Capitol police today reversed an earlier decision to allow the bright yellow "Don't Tread On Me" banner to flutter from the highly visible flagpole after learning that activists had planned a political rally following the flag-raising ceremony.
Using a series of flexible solar cells as leaves, GROW takes the shape of ivy growing on a building - the leaves are solar cells while the wind that causes them to flutter is harvested as viable energy using a series of piezoelectric generators on the underside of each leaf.
She dreams she leans over the brown dust and lifts a brown leaf that is a moth, holds it inside her mouth to revive the flutter from a frost now covering the still-live glass, the fallen pears half eaten by deer, and her shoulders exposed from the comforter her lover always drags to his side of the mattress.
Out in the street the loudspeakers bellow, the flags flutter from the rooftops, the police with their tommy-guns prowl to and fro, the face of the Leader, four feet wide, glares from every hoarding; but up in the attics the secret enemies of the régime can record their thoughts in perfect freedomthat is the idea, more or less.