Definition of Flirtatiously

1. Adverb. In a flirtatious manner. "She smiled coquettishly"

Exact synonyms: Coquettishly
Partainyms: Coquettish, Flirtatious



Definition of Flirtatiously

1. Adverb. In a flirtatious manner. ¹

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Definition of Flirtatiously

1. [adv]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Flirtatiously

flippy disks
flips
flips out
flipside
flipsides
flipt
flir
flirs
flirt-gill
flirt-gills
flirt with
flirtation
flirtations
flirtatious
flirtatiously (current term)
flirtatiousness
flirted
flirter
flirters
flirtier
flirtiest
flirtigig
flirtigigs
flirtily
flirtiness
flirting
flirtingly
flirtings
flirtini

Literary usage of Flirtatiously

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Golden Wedding: And Other Tales by Ruth McEnery Stuart (1893)
"exclaimed Lucinda flirtatiously, as she playfully grasped Si's arm and proceeded with him to the house, leaving Dave laughing with the rest at her antics. ..."

2. The Heart Line: A Drama of San Francisco by Gelett Burgess (1907)
"All that was flirtatiously adventurous in him boiled up; for Mrs. Page was, in her own way, a beauty, and, as he had reason to know, amiable. ..."

3. Loafing Down Long Island by Charles Hanson Towne (1921)
"They saw our patronizing smiles as they went down the path, and smiled back good-naturedly, not at all flirtatiously. I suppose they guessed we were ..."

4. Three Short Plays by Mary Stanbery Watts (1917)
"over tray with whiskey-bottle, etc.} Oh, there's only this one glass! What will you do? MIKE. [Eyeing her flirtatiously. ..."

5. Jokes for All Occasions: Selected and Ed. by One of America's Foremost (1922)
"She was smiling at me flirtatiously a few minutes ago and now she looks cold as an iceberg." "I have only just arrived," the other man said. ..."

6. The Musical Guide: Containing a Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Terms by Rupert Hughes (1903)
"Not recognising her, the Don comes forward flirtatiously, only to be bitterly rebuked. The Don referring her to Leporello, steals away. ..."

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