Synonyms of flutter in English:

flutter


See definition of flutter

verb

1‘a couple of butterflies fluttered around the garden’

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flit, hover, flitter, dance

2‘a small white tern was fluttering its wings’

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flap, move up and down, beat, quiver, agitate, vibrate, twitch, shake, wag, waggle, swing, oscillate, thresh, thrash, flail

3‘she fluttered her eyelashes’

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flicker, bat

4‘flags fluttered from every mast’

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flap, wave, ripple, undulate, stir, shake, quiver, shiver, tremble
fly, blow

5‘her heart fluttered when she found that his eyes were still on her’

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beat irregularly, beat weakly, palpitate, miss a beat, skip a beat, quiver, go pit-a-pat
exhibit arrhythmia
rare quop

noun

1‘the flutter of the birds' wings’

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agitation, beating, flapping, quivering, vibrating, twitching, shaking, wagging, oscillation, threshing, thrashing, flailing

2‘a flutter of dark eyelashes’

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flicker, bat

3‘the flutter of the flags in the breeze’

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flapping, waving, rippling

4‘a flutter of nervousness started up inside her’

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tremor, wave, rush, surge, flash, stab, flush, tremble, quiver, shake, shaking, shakiness, shiver, frisson, chill, thrill, tingle, vibration, quaver, quake, shudder, palpitation, pulsation, throb, oscillation, fluctuation, waver, ripple, flicker

5‘she was in a flutter at the unexpected news’

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fluster, flurry, bustle, panic, state of agitation, state of panic
informal state, dither, twitter, blue funk, stew, tizz, tizzy, tiz-woz
North American informal twit

6‘he enjoys a flutter on the horses’

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bet, wager, gamble
British informal punt