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flick a sharp, light snap or blow. [4 definitions]
flicker1 to burn or shine in an unsteady way. [4 definitions]
flicker2 a large North American woodpecker. It is mostly brown and white and has either yellow or red under its wings and tail.
flied a past tense and past participle of fly1, verb 6.
flier something or someone that flies. [2 definitions]
flight1 an act of passing through air or space by flying. [4 definitions]
flight2 an act or instance of fleeing.
flight attendant a person who works on an airplane helping the passengers during a flight.
flimsy not solid or strong; weak.
flinch to draw away suddenly in pain or fear.
fling to throw hard or with force. [3 definitions]
flintlock a part of an old-fashioned gun no longer in use. This part makes a spark that sets the powder inside on fire. [2 definitions]
flip1 to throw in such a way as to cause to turn over or spin. [6 definitions]
flip one's lid (slang) to lose control of yourself.
flip one's wig (slang) to lose control of yourself.
flipper a wide, flat limb on a whale, turtle, or other animal that is used for swimming. [2 definitions]
flirt to play at love; act in a romantic way that is not serious. [2 definitions]
flit to fly or move in a quick or light way.
float to rest on the surface of a liquid without sinking, or drift in a gas such as air without falling. [4 definitions]
flock1 a group of animals or birds of one kind that stay or are kept together, such as geese or sheep. [3 definitions]
floe a large sheet of floating ice.