flick (something) with (something)

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flick (something) with (something)

To graze something with something in particular. The cat flicked the Christmas tree branch with her tail and knocked off several ornaments.
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flick something with something

to brush or knock something with something quickly or lightly. She flicked her finger at the fly that had lighted nearby. Tom flicked the vase with his sleeve and knocked it over.
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References in classic literature ?
'It is ready,' said one of the young women, and after flicking with her apron the top of the samovar which was now boiling over, she carried it with an effort to the table, raised it, and set it down with a thud.