Synonyms for flicked

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He flicked the ashes from his cigar, nursing his knee with the other hand.

Lorenzi drew a ring from his finger and flicked it across the table.

So I took my fishing-rod and flicked it at him, and there—I had caught the eel after all!

Roger flicked the ash from his cigarette and coughed slightly.

Nevertheless he gave a vicious snap with his fingers as he flicked them in the air.

It flicked his face with salt as he went swinging down the hill into the town.

I flicked the switch and opened the door, expecting to find the cube vanished.

She flicked her mare with the end of her reins and touched her flank with her heel.

He flicked off the ash of his cigarette and picked up his whisky glass.

From the sleeve of his coat he flicked, or affected to flick, a speck.