- to flicker or flash
- n.扑动,闪烁,闪光,颤动 vi.闪动,闪烁,摇动,扑动翅膀,[美俚]昏倒,假装昏倒 vt.使摇曳,使闪烁
- His left-hand/right-hand indicator is flashing.
- The car winked before turning.
- A bright, usually blinking, movable indicator on a display, marking the position at which a charac
- Golden lines occasionally sparked underneath it like archaically patterned circuitry as if to accentuate his choice of words.
- Burn unsteadily feebly or low; flicker.
- Let if whom cloud curl up beautiful to take place flicker pleasant puzzled evil spirit have more beautiful healths naturally.
- The next key to control movement around pulled up to the flashing red box score will be pay attention to other encounter other cars.
- At the slightest impact of the outside world upon his consciousness his thoughts sympathies and emotions leapt and played like lambent flame.
- The breeze flared the candle.
- The flicker of pictures on the cinema screen
- Forty meters to the east on a sand hill stood the fox her fur like a flickering ball of fire extremely attractive in the morning rays as she suckled a cub her maternal posture revealing no inclination to interrupt the feeding and run for her life.
- And in his dreams a boy with dark hair and green eyes steps out from the shadows by the four-poster the moonlight glinting off his prefect's badge.
- But though the bank was almost always with him and though the coach in a confused way like the presence of pain under an opiate was always with him there was another current of impression that never ceased to run all through the night.he was on his way to dig some one out of a grave.
- It was in the way the red light breaking at the close from under a low somber sky reached out in a long shaft and played over old wainscots old tapestry old gold old color.
- Purists exult in the transcendent attractions of nature untamed of daily rhythms keyed to the sun's arc and the paddle's dip.