- alt. sp. of flyer (senses )
Origin of flierfrom archaic flyer, flier, a flying leapInformal a risky, sometimes reckless, gamble or speculation: often in the phrase take a flier
A group of fliers.
- The definition of a flier is someone or something who flies.
An example of a flier is an aviator.
- A flier is defined as a handout with information.
An example of a flier is a poster for a concert.
- One, such as an insect or bird, that flies with wings.
- The pilot of an aircraft.
- A passenger in an aircraft: special fares for business fliers.
- A pamphlet or circular for mass distribution.
- A step in a straight stairway.
- Informal A daring venture.
- often flyer a. Australian A female kangaroo.b. Australian An exceptionally swift kangaroo.
- Alternative form of flyer.
- For maximum impact, design your flier to look like a mini scrapbook page and create different versions targeting projects such as wedding, baby, vacation, or family heritage scrapbook ideas.
- The selection of products is typically quite similar to what you'd find in a Scholastic flier, but the books are available for the child to take home on the day of purchase.
- So if you think you'll earn frequent flier miles for keeping a high balance on your credit card and on the interest you pay, it's time to rethink your strategy.
- Web site: Since you obviously can't fit too many layout samples on a short flier, consider creating a simple Web site that showcases some of your best work.
- Flier: A simple one page flier is a great way to outline your services and invite prospective clients to get in touch with you for more information.