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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflewflew /fluː/ verb  XXthe past tense of fly
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flewThey flew barrage balloons, commissioned perspectives and held a public inquiry.A bird flew by and saw one of the half-eaten calves that I had dug up.And the reindeer fair flew down Artisan View now the weight had gone out of their sack.How could a philosophy of government that flew in the face of liberal pessimism win votes?Janir never flew into tantrums the way Teague did.Varney shot up out of his chair; kicked it aside and flew out the door.Like maybe a bill, or a mortgage statement that somehow flew out the window.