flirt

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Synonyms for flirt

chat up

toy with

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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

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Sooner or later, you'll decide that someone you have flirted with deserves additional attention and that you're interested in finding out more.
He said he feels gutted when other guys start eyeing me up but I told him that would happen if I flirted or not, so wasn't it better that he knew I was controlling things?
Finnish-Swedish telecomms group TeliaSonera AB said on Monday (15 November) that according to a recent survey, one out of two Swedes had flirted with someone by sending an SMS or MMS message while one in five had tried online dating on the Internet.
These cowboys flirted shamelessly, greeting each other with phrases like "Bitch
5 per cent saying they had flirted, followed by 13 per cent of office workers, ten per cent of those working in retail, and 7.
As many as 31% said they had flirted with a boss and 22% said they would do so to improve their job prospects.
A survey of 5,000 working women showed that three out of four have flirted with a colleague, while 28pc have had a sexual relationship.
One person out of four that flirts online has also started a relationship with a person they flirted with online, while half of those taking part in the survey said that they had flirted online.
Good-natured boys and girls flirt and dream of being flirted with--end of story.
72% of women said they have flirted or used their sexuality to get a better performance review, while 97% of men said they have not
A follow-up questionnaire suggested that men who flirted in the workplace had lower levels of "emotional intelligence", or understanding of other people's feelings.