Definitions for dartingly
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a small, slender missile pointed at one end and usu. feathered at the other, propelled by hand, as in the game of darts, or by a blowgun when used as a weapon.
something similar in function to such a missile, as the stinger of an insect.
darts, (used with a sing. v.) a game in which darts are thrown at a target having a bull's-eye in the center.
a sudden swift movement.
a tapered seam of fabric for adjusting the fit of a garment.
(v.i.)to move swiftly; spring or start suddenly and run swiftly; dash.
(v.t.)to thrust or move suddenly or rapidly:
to dart one's eyes around the room.
Origin of dart:
1275–1325; < OF < Old Low Franconian
In a darting manner; rapidly.
like a dart; rapidly