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flown

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflownflown /fləʊn $ floʊn/ verb 🔊 🔊 the past participle of fly1
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flownThe executive, which met again for the first time last week, was unable to resolve when flags should be flown.They had flown into the atmosphere and had carried his broken body to the other side of the castle.If we were seriously attacked, all the ships would be flown off somewhere.The entire com-pany was flown out early one morning, with air support overhead.He himself was shot and flown to Okinawa.The company had flown to the left at take-off, but Leese turned right.Others, still living but insane, would be selected and flown up for further tests.Alternatively, five inmates of the same average weight could be flown without luggage.
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