Definition of Flirts

1. Noun. (plural of flirt) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of flirt) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Flirts

1. flirt [v] - See also: flirt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flirts

flirted
flirter
flirters
flirtier
flirtiest
flirtigig
flirtigigs
flirtily
flirtiness
flirting
flirtingly
flirtings
flirtini
flirtinis
flirtish
flirts (current term)
flirty
flisk
flisked
fliskier
fliskiest
flisking
flisks
flisky
flist
flitch
flitched
flitches
flitching

Literary usage of Flirts

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1. Poems by Edward Sandford Martin (1914)
"THEY SAY SHE flirts rI ""HEY say she flirts; sore news that she * Should flirt at all and not with me. Sam Rogers—so the tale expands— Has gone for good to ..."

2. An Essay on the Archaeology of Our Popular Phrases, and Nursery Rhymes by John Bellender Ker (1840)
"Several young flirts about the town." Addison. " While the spread fan o'er shades your dosing eyes, ... flirts from his cart the mud in *******'s face. ..."

3. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1904)
"—Munich flirts with Tannhauser.—Freedom of speech toward Liszt; another hearts-cry.—Score completed. For five years I had written no music. ..."

4. The Mimic World and Public Exhibitions: Their History, Their Morals, and Effects by Olive Logan (1871)
"flirts and Babies en Route.—The Newly Married Couple.— The Gum-Drop Merchants.—The New York Hurled.—A Walk in a Graveyard.—A Terrible Gymnast. ..."

5. Old and New London: A Narrative of Its History, Its People, and Its Places by Walter Thornbury, Edward Walford (1881)
"... on Gardens—Observing the Fashions—flirts and Flirtations—Old Recollections—Gray's Inn Gateway—Two Old Booksellers—Alms for the Poor—Original Orders—Eggs ..."

6. Wife No. 19, Or the Story of a Life in Bondage: Being a Complete Exposé of by Ann Eliza Young (1875)
"Louise flirts and Rebels. — She is Scolded and Repents.— Goes to Bed and Weeps. — Bestows her Goods on the Family. — "Lizzie" Interviews Her. ..."

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