flirting : Definition, Usages, News and More

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f lur ting

  • n  playful behavior intended to arouse sexual interest
  • v  talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions
  • v  behave carelessly or indifferently

  • That's certainly the case on sites like Yahoo!'s Married and Flirting e-mail group, as well as on Marriedbutplaying.
  • He did not start flirting with her until he was in sixth.
  • Murmurs that McCain was flirting with a pro-choice running mate like former Pennsylvania governor Tom Ridge or Joe Lieberman had Rush Limbaugh and his army in full stampede.
News & Articles

  • Final day of walleye tourney canceled
    PORT CLINTON – A brisk southwest wind flirting with 20 knots produced three-foot waves here early Sunday morning and forced the cancellation of the final day of the Cabela's National Walleye Tour event on Lake Erie.
    June 16, 2013 - The Toledo Blade
  • Bodo: Much at stake for Roger Federer
    Roger Federer has been flirting with the idea of playing without his headband, but the fact is that going into the grass court season, there's a lot more at stake for the 17-time Grand Slam champion than many people think, Peter Bodo writes.
    June 15, 2013 - ESPN
  • Justin Bieber Flirting With Miley Cyrus Was The Last Straw For Selena Gomez
    Selena Gomez has already ended things with Justin Bieber for good, but recent snaps of the Canadian pop star flirting at a Hollywood nightclub with Miley Cyrus have her fired… READ ON
    June 14, 2013 -

  • Peter Mandelson in BusinessWeek
    You might start flirting with Nick Clegg, but that way you will end up marrying David Cameron,Mandelson told the Sunday Mirror newspaper today. "People have got to remember the biggest number of seats that could change hands are between...
  • Raila Odinga in Reuters
    I fear we are flirting with lawlessness in the name of keeping law and order. In the process, we are hurtling toward failure as a state,said Odinga, who partners President Mwai Kibaki in the year-old unity government.
  • Joe Torre in Washington Post
    It's very strange,said Dodgers manager Joe Torre. "But every year there's always a division where the teams are flirting with .500. I mean, the National League Central was that way for a long time. Our division as we started spring...

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