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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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If the century-old prohibition on flicking lights is made obsolete by the adoption of the KosherSwitch, it will have been felled not simply by rabbinic acceptance, but by engineering know-how and a desire for profit.
Jim Knight, VP Marketing, added "The app is so simple anyone can play, from kids to college student to adults, and with multiple iPhones and iPods, you can even have lollipop flicking competitions.
Simple, take it completely the other way to provide a totally unrealistic but incredibly addictive 'hit the bullseye' golf game that will have you frenetically flicking in all directions to hit a hole in one.
1999; Giri and Dunham, 2000; Johnson and Atema, 2005), antennular flicking (Daniel and Derby, 1991), antennular grooming behavior (AGB) (Wroblewska et al.
I'm already buying so much flicking shit all the time anyway.
Anyone playing as Liverpool at Subbuteo these days would probably need a plaster on their flicking finger by the end of the match due to excessive sideways passing.
Get flicking or get devoured in Zombie Flick, an addictive, fast-paced and blood drenched arcade experience for players with tasty brains
The Clash was flicking cool, from their leather jackets and greased-up hair to the way Strummer snarled when he sang--not yelled--lyrics that really meant something.
Most crustaceans whose flicking has been analyzed to date conserve Reynolds number (and thus flow geometry) over a range of body sizes.
Smokers find themselves flicking their butt out the window for lack of a convenient alternative.
So the big major companies pull the plug on the skateboard companies and that company goes out of business, and you end up killing the whole flicking skateboard industry Deadly consequences, man.
When you're ready for a new flicking challenge, the scenery changes to provide for more card-flicking pleasure.
I think the state that I live in is a flicking shit hole.
He wore a dress and he had a flicking beard--this is totally true.