- v.（通常指灯光）闪烁，摇曳( flicker的过去式和过去分词 );
Fluorescent lights flickered, and then the room was brilliantly, blindingly bright.
A slight smile flickered over his face.
In a moment her eyelids flickered, then opened.
His dark eyes flickered over her face.
The house lights dimmed, flickered and went out.
A smile flickered across Vincent's grey features.
The lights flickered and went out.
These lights flickered continuously like traffic lights which have gone mad.
Her eyes flickered nervously in anticipation.
The candle - light flickered in the wind.
The candle flickered and then went out.
A faint smile flickered across her lips.
A smirk flickered at the corner of his mouth as he watched my struggle.
A television flickered in the corner.
Candles flickered redly before the saints, the Christ on his cross.