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Synonyms for flick

click

flick through something

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Synonyms for flick

light and momentary contact with another person or thing

to make light and momentary contact with, as in passing

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a light sharp contact (usually with something flexible)

a short stroke

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flash intermittently

look through a book or other written material

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cause to move with a flick

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throw or toss with a quick motion

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shine unsteadily

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twitch or flutter

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cause to make a snapping sound

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touch or hit with a light, quick blow

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remove with a flick (of the hand)

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There were variations on the flick - a short one that kicks up at the edges was associated with the gamine look of actresses including Jean Seberg and Shirley MacLaine.
Popular Tamil actors Sathyaraj and Manorama are playing pivotal roles in the flick.
Apoorva has been told that Ajay Devgn can be roped in for the flick and the film will have other actors as well.
And whether you are a lover of action movies like Gladiator or a chick flick fanatic keen to watch the likes of Shakespeare In Love, the Astra Brit Flick Pilgrimage offers something for everyone.
The flick is about a boy who grows up in the home for the elderly.
When the phrase was first introduced, typical chick flicks were about women who were looking for love and romance.
In this study, we focus on the role of antennular sensilla in mediating antennular flick behavior, a behavior that functions to enhance stimulus access to chemoreceptors on the antennules.
A companion to Ferriss and Young's earlier volume, Chick Lit: The New Woman's Fiction, (2) Chick Flicks is a collection of essays, possibly intended as an undergraduate media studies text, unlike Roberta Garrett's recent Postmodern Chick Flicks (3) or Rikke Schubart's Super Bitches and Action Babes (4), both more theoretically complex.
Hence, I suspect that several chick flicks will end up on the "sleeper hit" list by fall, even though they may get kissed off by some critics who clearly need to get a life.
Flicks in the Sticks is being tried out in Pattingham and Wheaton Aston, with a review of the scheme due in April.
Wolf Creek," one of those "inspired by a true story" slasher flicks, is what Roger Ebert called a `sadistic celebration of pain and cruelty.
Most kiddie flicks don't address environmental themes so directly, but because they personify animals they may lead to eco-empathy.
A fascinating tour of how Hollywood has glamorized and demonized motorcycles and the people who ride them, The Big Book of Biker Flicks is a welcome addition to personal and academic Cinematic History reference collections and supplemental reading lists.
While blaxploitation pictures ruled the urban grindhouses, providing heroes and myths for those trapped in the inner cities," he writes, "hick flicks dominated the drive-in circuit, bringing their own set of archetypal figures to flyover country.
After the reptile flicks its tongue to nab prey, it reels in the meal by scrunching the tongue back up.