vb. (en-past of: kite)
Usage examples of "kited".
He kited back along the wall as the damnfool spacer came in looking for him.
A glance around told him at what stage routine was at the moment and Austin couldn’t fault him for that—Michaels was on his job and it wasn’t as if he’d kited off with things undone.
A glance around told him at what stage routine was at the moment and Austin couldn't fault him for that—Michaels was on his job and it wasn't as if he'd kited off with things undone.
But Corinthian hadn't waited on this leg—they'd kited through and been gone by the time they'd come through.
Gulls kited lazily just off the edge of the dock, and a sudden blast of salty air surged in through the porthole.
Dock monkeys kited about at all angles, checking readouts, taking samples, talking to empty air.
Slowly and deliberately, in what seemed like years of constant effort, he changed the angle of attack of his broad wings until he kited upward.
The buildings of Tulsa loomed beneath her, and she kited on the thermals rising from hot asphalt.
Vree spotted one of the strangers raising what was probably a weapon, and kited up into the thick branches before Darkwind had registered more than the bare movement of an arm.