I try to find the meaning of flit in the below occurrence but, after searching quite some dictionaries, am not able to. Can you help with explaining what 'flit' means below? I would appreciate if you can give me more examples of this usage.
“It likened it to the sense of adventure that the early European explorers had, in that they would just go sailing without knowing what was out there,” Stevens said recently. Not long afterward, the couple saw a production of Beckett’s “Happy Days,” in which a woman flits away the hours while stuck in sand. It reminded Stevens of space travel—“The isolation, and how you fill the time.”
When “Spaceman” Came Crashing Down to Earth/New Yorker