flickering

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Adjective[edit]

flickering

  1. shining unsteadily or vary rapidly in brightness (referring to a light or a source of light)
    • 1960 August, R. K. Evans, “Railway Modernisation in Spain”, in Trains Illustrated, page 494:
      With 3,600 h.p. underfoot, acceleration was reasonably brisk, but the flickering wheel-slip indicator light showed the prudence of not putting full power through the traction motors while there were traces of early-morning dampness on the rails.

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Verb[edit]

flickering

  1. present participle of flicker

Noun[edit]

flickering (plural flickerings)

  1. A short, uncertain burst.
    Even after the acrimonious breakup, she still felt flickerings of love for him.

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