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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of flirt.

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Examples

  • Favre underwent offseason ankle surgery and again flirted with retirement, finally joining the Vikings in mid-August for his 20th NFL season.

    Vikings' and Cowboys' 0-2 starts among the early surprises in the 2010 NFL season

  • Austin flirted with entering thedraft out of high school before opting to play for the Bulldogs in the 2000-01 season.

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  • The clouds covered the Pico de Orizaba, then moved away, then covered it again, then moved away -- the mountain flirted with us through the whole drive.

    d.f. to veracruz

  • The clouds covered the Pico de Orizaba, then moved away, then covered it again, then moved away -- the mountain flirted with us through the whole drive.

    d.f. to veracruz

  • The clouds covered the Pico de Orizaba, then moved away, then covered it again, then moved away -- the mountain flirted with us through the whole drive.

    d.f. to veracruz

  • The clouds covered the Pico de Orizaba, then moved away, then covered it again, then moved away -- the mountain flirted with us through the whole drive.

    d.f. to veracruz

  • The clouds covered the Pico de Orizaba, then moved away, then covered it again, then moved away -- the mountain flirted with us through the whole drive.

    d.f. to veracruz

  • He knew that young married people might have friendships, like his wife's for Lamhorn; but Sibyl and Lamhorn never "flirted" -- they were always very matter-of-fact with each other.

    The Turmoil

  • Her sword flirted rapidly, several times crashing on her opponent's shield.

    Two For The Lions

  • These jerks, also, where men I actively "flirted" with in order to have someone in my life.

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