flick in a sentence
Example sentences for flick
Windows that absorb or reflect light and heat at the flick of a switch could help cut heating and cooling bills.
Flick a power switch and in a few minutes you have what appears to be easy access to a lot of power.
Computers gathering data on every flick of a switch, flush of a toilet, or opening of a cabinet.
But there are a host of other applications where a simple flick of the hand would do.
Nana made out the cigarette-lighter flick, the deep, first-of-the-day inhalation.
He didn't flick a whisker at the vehicle driving up and stopping.
Flick the screen with your fingers and the pages fan.
Processing plants can go back and forth between ethanol and crystallised sugar at the flick of a switch, depending on prices.
Not all of the world's marginal supply can be turned on at the flick of a switch.
At the flick of a switch this vehicle went from petrol to hydrogen fuel with no perceptible change in its handling.
Her fine hands allowed her to flick and twirl the muleta, luring the bull and teasing him, with extraordinary artistry.
It's a ripping adventure yarn, but one leaves it with a bit of the empty, popcorn-sated feeling of a double-cross adventure flick.
The question of whether you're behind the door in the buff watching a slasher flick is not even secondary in such a case.
As the sun sets, flick on your flashlights and sit in a circle.
The birds flick their tails open for a split second at the bottom of the dive.
Using his paw, he'd flick several tasty tidbits down to the waiting pup.
If you're lucky, you'll be in town for the opening night of a musical flick.
They bless everything and everyone with the little flick quotation marks, that rabbit-ear genuflection of cool, ironic sterility.
Now, with the flick of a switch, a case can disappear-and it does.
At the end of the set, the hipsters flick their cigarettes across the crowd and into people's hair.
Instead, one transcription factor can flick on an array of functionally related genes.
She also needs to listen to you, to understand why a twist of the fingers or the flick of a wrist is important to the procedure.
Before this happens, all test tubes containing disease-causing agents must be sealed in a chamber with a flick of a switch.
Occasionally they'd flick their tale or shift positions.
One night, while watching an utterly terrifying flick, he finds himself turning into a werewolf.
Teachers e-mail parents, post messages for students on online bulletin boards,and take attendance with a flick of a mouse.
If they are motorized they can be closed with the flick of a switch.