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- v. Present participle of flicker.
- n. A short, uncertain burst.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. shining unsteadily
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The guitar flickering is interesting – maybe make one of them a semi-acoustic so they show different personalities?.
Then you pan to the motel sign and it says (in flickering neon) "No DirecTV".
Ads for senso-cocktails followed picotech news summaries in flickering chartreuse Mandarin characters down his sleeves.
Tonight, though, our middleaged faces glowed in flickering candlelight and the cold reflection of new blue snow.
He stopped, the word flickering back and forth between Harpist in the Wind 135 two meanings in his mind.
Marten Scheffer of Wageningen University, the Netherlands, argues that increasingly unpredictable and extreme weather - which modellers call "flickering" - could suggest a big change is imminent.
· updated internal browser to fix title flickering and slow loading of sites with iframes
The screen feels weird to look at right now, and I’m not sure if the flickering is because of the monitor or my eyes.
By the way, as I stepped outside the theater at intermission, an usher in flickering red devil horns (like those worn by the cast in one of the many finales; and yes, they’re for sale) asked, “Smoking or fresh air?”
Saw the flickering was the Sun rising and setting.
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