Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who flirts; a flirt.

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  • noun One who flirts.

Etymologies

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flirt +‎ -er

Examples

  • The flirter is usually the recipient of the stupid little crush from the flattered flirtee, granted both parties are participants.

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  • Eight days later, notorious flirter Jake Gyllenhaal even tried to woo the single gal during a CAA-sponsored Golden Globes afterparty.

    Scarlett Johansson & Jason Sudeikis Enjoy Flirty Dinner: Report

  • Eight days later, notorious flirter Jake Gyllenhaal even tried to woo the single gal during a CAA-sponsored Golden Globes afterparty.

    Scarlett Johansson & Jason Sudeikis Enjoy Flirty Dinner: Report

  • Eight days later, notorious flirter Jake Gyllenhaal even tried to woo the single gal during a CAA-sponsored Golden Globes afterparty.

    Scarlett Johansson & Jason Sudeikis Enjoy Flirty Dinner: Report

  • Time magazine, the voice of Henry Luce—flirter with fascism, hater of Roosevelt, coddler of the plutocracy—took the lead in savaging Butler.

    Devil Dog

  • And the fact he is a low rent rentier and a political flirter like his dad does not come in to it.

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  • The Orinda Iying in the road looked far from the assured sophisticated flirter with cameras that I was used to; she looked a shattered, ordinary, middle-aged and rather nice woman trying to gather her wits and understand what had happened.

    Penalty

  • It's no use; I can't teach you how to be a flirter, you got to learn it from the book.

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  • But when he went away she knew that Abel Newt was appointed first flirter, _vice_ Sligo Moultrie removed.

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  • Miss Grace Plumer had scarcely mentally installed Mr. Sligo Moultrie as first flirter in her corps, when a face she remembered looked up at the window from the street, more dangerous even than when she had seen it in the spring.

    Trumps

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