flicker


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Synonyms for flicker

Synonyms for flicker

to move quickly, lightly, and irregularly like a bird in flight

to shine with intermittent gleams

Synonyms for flicker

a momentary flash of light

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the act of moving back and forth

move back and forth very rapidly

shine unsteadily

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flash intermittently

References in classic literature ?
That light on the mountain side flickers exceedingly, Dominic.
Consumers have experienced performance issues including visible flicker and audible humming, which have been linked to the use of the LED lamps with certain types of electrical components including some types of dimmer switches and low-voltage transformers.
The results from these studies suggest that there is a trade-off between the frequency and the modulation depth in the detection and acceptability of indirect flicker.
Lorde is celebrating her birthday by releasing the music video to the "Mockingjay" soundtrack "Yellow Flicker Beat.
Drag- flicker Rupinder Pal Singh converted a penalty corner in the 50th minute, before Nikkin Thimmaiah scored the equaliser.
I have 16 cards with little a candle going flicker flicker.
The new flicker method is simpler than the older methods and more accurate than all but one of them.
5 out 5 stars" by Prog Rock Music Talk, neoteric rockers Flicker have been generating buzz among progressive rock fans through radio airplay on Aural Moon and Epic Prog, as well as an interview with ProgRock.
The child is pictured leaving his Flicker scooter outside the store before going inside.
It was the first day that the special lamp Mum got for her fortieth birthday started to flicker.
The board's authority is limited to upholding town and state regulations for turbine site design, sound levels and shadow flicker.
It was hypothesized that the two groups who use cell phones during the Change Detection experiment under the flicker and no flicker condition would be less likely to detect environmental change.
Light flicker from 60 Hz magnetically-ballasted fluorescent, metal halide, and high pressure sodium lamps has been an ongoing concern of the lighting practice community because of the possible connection to headaches, distraction, fatigue, lower productivity, and annoyance in a small but significant population.
Anglers who fish in deeper sections of lakes and rivers can reach those suspended bass with the Berkley Flicker Shad.
The sexual behaviour profile of the TTS sample (Pole, Flicker and the Toronto Teen Survey Team) provides important information on participants' experience, or lack of experience, with each of l 1 different sexual behaviours in relation to a number of demographic variables.