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flyable ready or able to be flown.
fly agaric a poisonous mushroom with an orange or reddish cap and white gills.
fly ash fine, often airborne particles of ash derived from the burning of solid fuel and recognized as a factor in air pollution. [2 definitions]
fly ball in baseball, a batted ball that rises high in the air; fly. (Cf. ground ball.)
flyblown covered or contaminated with blowfly eggs or larvae. [2 definitions]
flyby a flight over or close to a designated point, area, or target by an aircraft or spacecraft for the purpose of making aerial observations.
fly-by-night irresponsible or unreliable, esp. in business dealings. [4 definitions]
fly-cast to fish by casting an artificial fly, attached to a light leader, which is in turn attached to a heavy line, with a lightweight, flexible rod.
fly casting the act, technique, or sport of fishing by casting a heavy line, from a lightweight flexible rod, to which an artificial fly has been attached by means of a light leader.
flycatcher any of various related European or American birds that feed on insects caught in the air.
flyer variant of flier.
flying that is able to fly or seems to fly. [4 definitions]
flying boat a large floating seaplane with a hull-shaped body.
flying bridge a small, often open platform over the pilothouse or bridge of a ship, that is equipped with a duplicate set of controls.
flying buttress a segmental arch that transmits outward and downward pressure from the upper side wall of a building to a solid buttress on the ground.
flying colors outstanding success; excellent fashion; triumph.
flying field an airfield for small planes.
flying fish any of several related marine fishes with stiff, enlarged pectoral or pelvic fins that enable them to glide in the air after leaping from the water.
flying fox any of various fruit-eating bats found in tropical regions of Australia, Africa, and Asia, whose head resembles that of a fox.
flying frog any of several tree frogs of southeastern Asia having an expanse of webbing between the toes that allows them to make long gliding leaps.
flying gunnard any of several mostly tropical marine fishes with colorful winglike pectoral fins that enable them to glide above the water for short distances.