Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flicker.(verb)
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Use "flickers" in a sentence
"He said although there have been what he called "flickers" in intelligence reports indicating some of the rebel leaders have ties to al-Qaida, Hezbollah and other extremist groups, he does not believe there is a significant connection and that the leaders "are responsible men and women.""
", Sightings 'latest release on Oneida's Brah label flickers to life with a sinister arrhythmic flutter followed by sheets of noise and an automated thrum."
"Barack Obama called 'flickers of progress' in the military-dominated country - though some cynics say this is all part of American attempts to counter China's increasing regional heft."