[flahy-fish-ing] /ˈflaɪˌfɪʃ ɪŋ/
Angling. a method of fishing in which fly casting is used.
verb (used without object), Angling.
to fish with artificial flies as bait.
(intransitive) (angling) to fish using artificial flies as lures See dry fly, wet fly
noun 1. a flap of material down one side of the front opening of a garment to conceal buttons, fasteners, or the like, as on a coat or dress.
noun, Theater. 1. a narrow platform at the side of a stage from which ropes are manipulated to raise or lower scenery, battens, etc.
noun 1. either of two honeysuckle shrubs, Lonicera canadensis, of eastern North America, or L. xylosteum, of Eurasia, having paired yellowish flowers tinged with red.
[flahy-in] /ˈflaɪˌɪn/ noun 1. a convention, entertainment, or other gathering at which participants arrive by air: the annual fly-in of cattle breeders. adjective 2. of or for those who arrive and usually depart by air: a fly-in safari. 3. accessible only by air: a remote, fly-in fishing camp.