Definition of Flirt with
1. Verb. Take into consideration, have in view. "He entertained the notion of moving to South America"
Lexicographical Neighbors of Flirt With
Literary usage of Flirt with
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Recollections of the Table-talk of Samuel Rogers.: To which is Added Porsoniana by Samuel Rogers, Alexander Dyce, William Maltby (1856)
"... If you continue to flirt with my husband, I'll be the death of you;" and then, as softly, returned to her genuflections. Such things cannot happen where ..."
2. Recollections of the Table-talk of Samuel Rogers.: To which is Added Porsoniana by Samuel Rogers, Alexander Dyce, William Maltby (1856)
"An Italian woman, who was praying at some little distance, rose up, came softly to my friend, whispered in her ear, " If you continue to flirt with my ..."
3. Representative British Dramas: Victorian and Modern by Montrose Jonas Moses (1918)
"I give you my word I've never tried to flirt with Tommy . . . ч except once ... I know him too well to flirt with him . . . you can't flirt with a man you ..."
4. Travel Letters from New Zealand, Australia and Africa by Edgar Watson Howe (1913)
"... because of two very pretty girl waiters, and because of the large number of young men who came in to flirt with them. SATURDAY, APRIL 5. ..."
5. The Comic Annual by Thomas Hood (1836)
"Young gay Captains are very well to flirt with, or to waltz with,—but at my years and bulk waltzing is quite out of the question ! ..."