flirtatious

[ flur-tey-shuh s or flur-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF flirtatious

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I'm afraid I've spent too flirtatious a youth, and it isn't easy for me to settle.

She became frivolous and flirtatious and was beginning to do poorly in high school.

She was simply a composite of flirtatious instinct and an amazing candor.

Good thing if some of the flirtatious women could have seen that.

Their flirtatious first glances had ceased for want of encouragement.

But the tendencies of the time do not encourage the flirtatious attitude.

The flirtatious and spoiled little beauties were not in evidence.

Smiles and flirtatious glances speak a universal language, and many a wife kept her wedding-ring out of the lime-light.

Maybe it was only a flirtatious wish to disappoint Sir Marcus—maybe it was something more subtle.

Oh, pretty soon, she replied, for the flirtatious instinct was still in evidence.

WORD ORIGIN

1834, from flirtation + -ous. Related: Flirtatiously; flirtatiousness.

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