(an act of) flying
a journey through air or space
a set of stairs between one floor and the next
the act of running away or escaping
"flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
"he made his escape from the mental hospital"
"the canary escaped from its cage"
"his flight was an indication of his guilt"
"a flight of fancy"
"flights of rhetoric"
"flights of imagination"
"I took the noon flight to Chicago"
"flighting wild geese"
"fledge an arrow"
The butterflies whose dithering flight was no more erratic than my aunts' talk.
出自： Day Lewis
Their wings were so small..that they had lost the power of flight.
出自： D. Attenborough
My trip to Greece..might have been interpreted as a flight from reality.
出自： H. Doolittle
As escapes from the problem, as flights from guilt, they may be welcome.
出自： C. Connolly
The bully ambled over but Tom stood up to him and soon put him to flight.