[ flik-flak ]
/ ˈflɪkˌflæk /


a step in dancing in which the feet strike rapidly together.

Origin of flicflac

1850–55; < French; imitative
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Examples from the Web for flicflac

  • And apostasy grins at him; lurks in the metronome with its flicflac.

    Franz Liszt|James Huneker
  • If you do not make love to Flicflac, from the day after her marriage to the day she reaches sixty, she thinks you a fool.