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  1. fly onverb

    continue flying


  1. fly on

    "Fly on" is typically used within the phrase "a fly on the wall." This phrase refers to an unnoticed observer of a particular situation or event. This term is used when someone wishes to see and hear what will happen, often in a context where they may not directly be allowed or welcomed.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of fly on in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of fly on in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of fly on in a Sentence

  1. Wesley D'Amico:

    It's easy to fly on someone else's wings.

  2. Andreas Matteou:

    A lot of aviation professionals are fearful that by being frank to technical investigators they could end up in court, the risk is that they will just fly on autopilot and share as little as possible.

  3. Ron Johnson:

    The Biden administration’s disregard for the rule of law knows no bounds, since the president took office a year ago, we have seen at least 2.4 million people enter this country illegally. For DHS and TSA to allow known criminals who possess an arrest warrant to fly on U.S. aircraft threatens our homeland security. This out-of-control flow of illegal immigration that has created the crisis at the border is a direct result of the Biden administration’s policies.

  4. Lance Gooden:

    President Biden is putting millions of Americans at risk by allowing known criminals and potential terrorists to fly on U.S. airlines, a criminal alien shouldn’t be allowed to board a plane after presenting a warrant for their arrest. They should be detained and brought before a judge.

  5. Dmitry Rogozin:

    Let them fly on something else, on their brooms.

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