[ flik-flak ]
/ ˈflɪkˌflæk /


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

Nearby words

  1. fley,
  2. fleyedly,
  3. flibbert,
  4. flibbertigibbet,
  5. flic,
  6. flichter,
  7. flick,
  8. flick knife,
  9. flick-knife,
  10. flick-pass

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.