verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of flirt
Related formsflirt·ing·ly, adverbflirt·y, adjective, flirt·i·er, flirt·i·est
Examples from the Web for flirting
Accordingly, she walks up to Pratt and begins rapping her flirting in the terrifying cadence of Nicki Minaj.‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: The Ladies Steal the Show From Host Chris Pratt|Kevin Fallon|September 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Big companies are flirting with dumping high-cost employees off their private health plans onto Obamacare—legally.
Clode apparently took an Instagram video with the star, and tagged him, which allegedly set off a night of flirting.James Franco and More Celebrity Social Media Fails|Marina Watts|April 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Kate spends her days guzzling down beers and flirting with her coworker Luke (Jake Johnson).Olivia Wilde on ‘Drinking Buddies,’ Skinny-Dipping, Booze, and More|Marlow Stern|August 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Jamie Dettmer recalls long lunches with the Iron Lady at the Savoy Hotel—the whisky, the flirting, and the strong-arm tactics.
I have never been a flirting man, for which I may thank my father and mother, who aye were leal and true.A Romance of Toronto|Annie Gregg Savigny
He has been flirting with her desperately ever since we left Bombay, and to-morrow he knows he will lose her for ever.Hilda Wade|Grant Allen
And you know, dear, that flirting as a profession wouldn't be in my line at all.Set in Silver|Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson
I never quite know what people mean when they talk of flirting.The Eustace Diamonds|Anthony Trollope
He told himself that he was talking nonsense, that no boy should keep his girl from singing songs and flirting a little.Plowing On Sunday|Sterling North