noun, plural drag-on-flies.
1. A symbol of CHANGE. The dragonfly can move at 45 miles per hour and has the ability to fly in all 6 directions. It accomplishes its objectives with utmost simplicity and effectiveness. The four wings of the dragonfly move independently to achieve perfect balance. It possesses 20 times as much power in each of its wing strokes when compared to the other insects. The dragonfly has the ability to see 360°.