Recent Examples of flirtatious from the Web
Their interactions gradually became more intimate and flirtatious.
The 17-year-old student said the relationship started on the social media app Snapchat and continued on a daily basis until the exchanges became flirtatious.
But Lawrence moved out and hooked up with a flirtatious bank teller while Issa was in Malibu, so that may be that.
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FLIRTATIOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flirtatious for English Language Learners
: feeling or showing a sexual attraction for someone that is usually not meant to be taken seriously
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