flirt


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Synonyms for flirt

chat up

toy with

Synonyms

tease

Synonyms for flirt

to make amorous advances without serious intentions

to treat lightly or flippantly

a woman who is given to flirting

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Synonyms for flirt

a seductive woman who uses her sex appeal to exploit men

playful behavior intended to arouse sexual interest

talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions

behave carelessly or indifferently

References in classic literature ?
It is probable that she will neither love so well, nor flirt so well, as she might do either singly.
I understand: she is in love with James, and flirts with Frederick.
This seemed to throw some light upon the matter, for Winterbourne remembered to have heard that his pretty cousins in New York were "tremendous flirts.
We see visiting young ladies stand on the stoop, and laugh, and kiss good-bye, and flirt their fans and say "Come soon--now do--you've been just as mean as ever you can be--mother's dying to see you--and we've moved into the new house, O such a love of a place
All the inhabitants of Hampton and Moulsey dress themselves up in boating costume, and come and mouch round the lock with their dogs, and flirt, and smoke, and watch the boats; and, altogether, what with the caps and jackets of the men, the pretty coloured dresses of the women, the excited dogs, the moving boats, the white sails, the pleasant landscape, and the sparkling water, it is one of the gayest sights I know of near this dull old London town.
Go and flirt with Berg as much as you please," she finished quickly.
Just because one's interested and likes to be friends with men, and talk to them as one talks to women, one's called a flirt.
I'm not trying to flirt with you, though I suppose you think I am
There was no help for this in science, and as Lydgate did not want to flirt, there seemed to be no help for it in folly.
If a man could not love and be wise, surely he could flirt and be wise at the same time?
Then, there was Henry Meltham, Sir Hugh's younger son; rather good-looking, and a pleasant fellow to flirt with: but BEING a younger son, that is all he is good for; then there was young Mr.
Out of the school perhaps he would reach a score of the leviathans, his bullets biting into them like whip-lashes, so that each, like a colt surprised by the stock-whip, would leap in the air, or with a flirt of tail dive under the surface, and then charge madly across the ocean and away from sight in a foam-churn of speed.
She did not mean to flirt, but somehow "it flirted itself" and she could n't help it, for, once started, it was hard to stop, with Tom goading her on, and Sydney looking at her with that new interest in his eyes.
All good from Jack another takes, And entertains their flirts and rakes, Who dress as sleek as glossy snakes, And cram their mouths with sweetened cakes; And this goes down for union.