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flexitime variant of flextime.
flexor a muscle that flexes or bends a limb or other body part.
flextime an arrangement by which workers have some freedom to choose their own work hours.
flexuous having many curves or bends; sinuous.
flexure the act or an instance of bending. [3 definitions]
flibbertigibbet a foolish, flighty, or talkative person.
flick a sharp, light blow or stroke, as with a finger, brush, whip, or the like. [6 definitions]
flicker1 to burn or cast light in an unsteady, jerky manner. [5 definitions]
flicker2 a large North American woodpecker having yellowish or reddish linings under the wings and tail.
flied a past tense and part participle of fly.
flier something or someone that flies, esp. a pilot or airplane passenger. [4 definitions]
flight1 an act of passing through air or space by flying. [6 definitions]
flight2 an act or instance of fleeing.
flight attendant an airline employee who tends to the needs of passengers during a flight; steward or stewardess.
flight bag a small, lightweight, flexible piece of luggage with a zipper in the top.
flight control the guidance and direction given to an aircraft by radio from a ground facility.
flight crew the crew of an aircraft.
flight deck the top surface of an aircraft carrier, used as a runway. [2 definitions]
flight engineer the member of a flight crew who handles the mechanical aspects of a flight.
flight feather any of the larger, stronger feathers in the wing or tail of a bird that are crucial for its flight.
flightless unable to fly, as ostriches and certain other birds.