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What is the difference between flier
The noun flier
can be a person or thing that flies.
The noun flyer
is a leaflet.
The noun flier
describes something or someone that flies. (In the United States, flier
is occasionally used to denote a leaflet. However, flyer
is more widely accepted for a leaflet.)
- I'm not a nervous flier. I realize it's still the safest form of travel. (Cheryl Ladd)
- I've always been a good flier. I love the whole experience. (Erika Christensen)
The word flyer
is a noun
meaning leaflet, pamphlet, or handbill.
- When someone hands you a flyer, it's like they're saying: "Here you throw this away." (Mitch Hedberg)
- The flyer has plenty of information about the upcoming concert.
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