One is wide awake; there is nothing slow or dull about one. For example, She may be new to this field, but there are no flies on her. This slangy expression, which alludes to flies settling on a sluggish animal, was being used in Australia in the 1840s but did not appear in America until the last decades of the 1800s.
adjective pertaining to an area where aircraft of all types or of specific designation are forbidden as a protective measure
- No-fly zone
[noh-flahy] /ˈnoʊˈflaɪ/ noun 1. an area over which no military flights are allowed. noun 1. an area in which aeroplanes may not fly, esp during wartime 2. a taboo subject
[nof-ri-tee-tee] /ˌnɒf rɪˈti ti/ noun 1. . /ˌnɒfrɛˈtiːtɪ/ noun 1. same as Nefertiti
[noh-frilz] /ˈnoʊˌfrɪlz/ adjective 1. providing or including basic services and necessities without any additional features or amenities: Food and beverages are not covered by the low no-frills air fare. 2. . 3. unadorned; simple; plain; spare: a straightforward, no-frills package of health-care benefits. adjective 1. offering only a basic service in order to keep costs […]