[flur-tey-shuh s or flur-tee]
- given or inclined to flirtation.
- pertaining to or suggesting flirtation.
Origin of flirtatious
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Examples from the Web for flirtatiously
At the swinging gate there was a girl-clerk who smiled up at him, flirtatiously.Rope
At that moment the black gelding was flirtatiously crossing the drawbridge over the Charles on the Allston Road.Philosophy 4
It was not as though West had kissed her, as a man might kiss a flirtatiously inclined woman.The Brute
Frederic Arnold Kummer
He felt a sudden recrudescence of jealousy as he heard Ashton's voice unctuously, flirtatiously offering his wife hospitality.Excuse Me!
- given to flirtation
- expressive of playful sexual invitationa flirtatious glance
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Word Origin and History for flirtatiously
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