Flitting about

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Flit means to be used without objectivity,

Flit·ted and flit·ting is to move lightly
And swiftly; flying and darting things
In my way.

Or I might skim along, and dance
Like bees flitting from flower to flower.

To flutter, as a bird, silly word,
Something the British are very good at…

To pass quickly, as time: hours flitting by,
To depart, nut never to die,
To change my residence.

to remove; transfer; oust or dispossess
As I flit about, as the English say.

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