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noun. ['ˈflɪk'] a light sharp contact (usually with something flexible).
Rhymes with Flick
Sentences with flick
1. Verb, base form
Some depictions suggest that the willow branch was used to flick the water of blessing on followers.
2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Turn on the amplifier, wait 20 seconds then flick the standby switch.
3. Noun, singular or mass
One of the hardest to decode can be the tail flick.
Using your fingernail or a pencil, flick each light bulb carefully while the strand is still plugged in.
Quotes about flick
1. If flowers were boogers, I'd pick a few big ones and flick them on your grave.
- Jarod Kintz, It Occurred to Me
verb. ['ˈflɪk'] flash intermittently.
verb. ['ˈflɪk'] look through a book or other written material.
verb. ['ˈflɪk'] throw or toss with a quick motion.
- switch off
verb. ['ˈflɪk'] cause to move with a flick.
verb. ['ˈflɪk'] touch or hit with a light, quick blow.
verb. ['ˈflɪk'] cause to make a snapping sound.
- switch on
verb. ['ˈflɪk'] twitch or flutter.
noun. ['ˈflɪk'] a short stroke.
verb. ['ˈflɪk'] shine unsteadily.
- stay in place