Definition for flirty (2 of 2)
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 flirty
Alexander is everything Turing is not—gregarious, flirty, and, you guessed it, charming.From ‘The Good Wife’ to ‘The Imitation Game’: Matthew Goode Wages His Charm Offensive|Kevin Fallon|November 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Newmark was approached online by “Sophie Wittams,” a blond, flirty, “twentysomething Tory PR girl.”U.K. Tabloid Absurdly Claims ‘Public Interest’ Served in Politician’s Sex Sting|Lizzie Crocker|September 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She says her posts have changed from flirty Maxim-style bikini shots to controlled images from the waist up.Porn Stars Want to Know: Why Did Facebook Delete Me?|Aurora Snow|August 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The British designer's Spring/Summer 2014 collection was a nod to summer with daisy motifs and flirty frocks.
Marco Zanini delivered a collection for Rochas that was flirty and feminine with a bit of pizzazz.
"Well, many a flirty girl has settled into a very respectable married woman," continued Tom.
If there is anything on earth that I detest, it is a flirty married woman.Phemie Frost's Experiences|Ann S. Stephens
When your disdainful looks classed me with a flirty kitchen-wench I rebelled at last.Petticoat Rule|Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
To relieve the tedium some of the young fellows who were in the crowd began to chaff some of the lassies in a flirty way.An American Hobo in Europe|Ben Goodkind
From thirty to fifty Lady Kirkbank had been known as a flirty matron.Phantom Fortune, A Novel|M. E. Braddon