verb. ['ˈflæʃ'] gleam or glow intermittently.
Words that Rhyme with Flash
Example sentences of the word flash
You can utilize flash cards for virtually any subject.
2. Verb, base form
The light will flash for the sequence, then pause, and then flash again.
3. Noun, singular or mass
Insert the USB flash drive into a USB port on your computer.
4. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Press and hold the "Ctrl" button until red and blue lights flash rapidly on the device.
Quotes containing the word flash
1. Here's a news flash: No soldier gives his life. That's not the way it works. Most soldiers who make a conscious decision to place themselves in harm's way do it to protect their buddies. They do it because of the bonds of friendship - and it goes so much deeper than friendship.
- Eric Massa
2. Trains are great dirty smoky things,"said Will. "You won't like it."Tessa was unmoved. "I won't know if I like it until I try it, will I?""I've never swum naked in the Thames before, but I know I wouldn't like it.""But think how entertaining for sightseers,"said Tessa, and she saw Jem duck his head to hide the quick flash of his grin.
- Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Prince
3. It’s the fire in my eyes, And the flash of my teeth, The swing in my waist, And the joy in my feet. I’m a woman Phenomenally.
- Maya Angelou, Phenomenal Woman: Four Poems Celebrating Women
noun. ['ˈflæʃ'] a sudden intense burst of radiant energy.
- heat flash
- natural event
noun. ['ˈflæʃ'] a momentary brightness.
verb. ['ˈflæʃ'] appear briefly.
verb. ['ˈflæʃ'] display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously.
- show off
verb. ['ˈflæʃ'] make known or cause to appear with great speed.
verb. ['ˈflæʃ'] run or move very quickly or hastily.
- bucket along
- pelt along
- cannonball along
- shoot down
- belt along
- step on it
noun. ['ˈflæʃ'] a sudden brilliant understanding.
noun. ['ˈflæʃ'] a short vivid experience.
verb. ['ˈflæʃ'] expose or show briefly.