What is another word for flights?

Pronunciation: [flˈa͡ɪts] (IPA)

There are various synonyms for the word "flights", which include "journeys", "voyages", "trips", "excursions", "expeditions", "adventures", "hops", and "jaunts". Each of these synonyms denotes a different type of travel based on the duration, distance, purpose, and mode of transport. "Journeys" and "voyages" are used to refer to longer, more substantial trips, while "trips" and "excursions" imply shorter journeys with specific objectives in mind. "Expeditions" and "adventures" signify more challenging and thrilling trips, while "hops" and "jaunts" refer to short, casual trips. Whether you are planning a domestic or international travel, knowing these synonyms can help diversify your vocabulary and communicate your experiences more effectively.

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Usage examples for Flights

Stealthily the fantastic creatures began to climb the stairs, one, two, three flights, traversing a long hall at the end of each flight and turning to climb again.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
I had a dingy little studio up three flights of stairs in Paris, and I sat there painting one day-and I heard you.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
The Crevequers stayed for a little to talk to them, then went in and climbed many flights of dark stone stairs, and came at last into the room where they lived.
"The Furnace"
Rose Macaulay

Famous quotes with Flights

  • Despite the painful changes we have had to make, we continue to believe in the St. Louis market. And we are hoping to add flights, in a careful way, as the economics of our business improve and the demands of the traveling public in St. Louis become clear.
    Gerard Arpey
  • It is well to fetter the wings of our fancy and restrain its flights.
    Edward E. Barnard
  • With the casino and the beds, our passengers will have at least two ways to get lucky on one of our flights.
    Richard Branson
  • So an autobiography about death should include, in my case, an account of European Jewry and of Russian and Jewish events - pogroms and flights and murders and the revolution that drove my mother to come here.
    Harold Brodkey
  • Our task was doing maintenance and repairs to keep the station in a good state for the return of the shuttle flights and resumption of major ISS construction.
    Leroy Chiao

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