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aspen any of several poplar trees whose leaves flutter in the slightest breeze.
crawl a swimming stroke in which the body is prone with the face down, the feet do a flutter kick, and the arms alternate in overhead strokes. [1/7 definitions]
flap to wave or flutter, often noisily. [2/7 definitions]
flick to move sharply or quickly; flutter. [1/6 definitions]
flicker1 to move rapidly back and forth; flutter. [1/5 definitions]
flit to fly or dart quickly and lightly; flutter. [1/3 definitions]
flitter to flutter.
flutter to cause to flutter; wave, beat, or agitate. [1/9 definitions]
luff of a sail, to flutter or shake from losing wind or being set too close to the wind. [1/5 definitions]
palpitate of the heart, to pulsate rapidly; flutter; quiver. [1/2 definitions]
pitapat with a soft rapid flutter or beat. [2/3 definitions]
ruffle an unevenness or break, as in the surface of a body of water; ripple or flutter. [1/9 definitions]
tremble to be made to vibrate or flutter, as leaves in the wind. [1/4 definitions]
wave to move freely up and down or back and forth; flutter. [1/13 definitions]
waver2 a person who waves or causes something to wave or flutter. [1/2 definitions]