Definition of flutter:
noise, fleet, hoo-hah, fray, to-do, weave, stew, waffle, cream, folie, beat, flash, hover, ruffle, flitter, break, vacillate, joggle, turmoil, fuss, reel, interruption, blow over, shiver, pulsate, swing, move, tumult, pass off, fly, flicker, totter, waggle, rumpus, quaver, upset, lather, sail, brandish, whirl, shudder, pother, interference, quake, ruction, evanesce, fluttering, fluster, perturbation, vibrate, shoot, thrill, wing, fluctuate, jar, gap, calm, tizzy, pass, flaps, rock, fade, hesitation, faltering, mental disturbance, hoo-ha, thrash, bat, flick, repetition, disruption, jounce, psychological disorder, oscillate, sway, flap, din, agitation, quiver, flit, drub, clobber, spark, stir, dash, flapping, scoot, waver, commotion, hesitate, agitate, scud, jolt, falter, dart, flop, mental disorder, shake, ripple, kerfuffle, lick, ruckus, dither, dislocation, palpitate, hurly-burly, affray, disturbance.
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- "A Terrible Secret", May Agnes Fleming.
- "Masterman and Son", W. J. Dawson.