Definition of 'kites'
Example sentences containing 'kites'
A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
That's well before the Budget, and before the Chancellor starts flying kites for the Budget... Yes, he is inclined to do that.POLITICAL SUICIDE
The charred banners hung from their overhead ropes like the tails of fighting kites shot down in combat.RUSHING TO PARADISE
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