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  • adv. In a flirty manner.

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Examples

  • "Bonjour Madame!" he'd say whenever he saw me, a little too flirtily for his age.

    Brigid Brett: The Red Cross Hotel (Part Five)

  • The future Mrs. John Travolta, Kelly Preston Jerry Maguire, Spacecamp makes one of her first appearances as a flirtily flirtatious young flirt.

    Christine (1983)

  • I saw DBM the day before yesterday, for the first time in weeks and weeks, and he was flirtily argumentative, making a ridiculous bet with me that he was bound to lose.

    The One With Superstition, Fate And God

  • She proves a terrific foil for Smith, whether flirtily eyeing up the new Doctor or smacking him with a cricket bat, Ace style.

    SFX

  • Pilati sent out bulky overcoats cinched tight at the waist - sometimes with what appeared to be fringed scarves - and suits with drop-crotched harem pants and long shirts with tails of tiny pleats that emerged, flirtily, from beneath the jackets.

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  • The label's Italian designer, Stefano Pilati, delivered bulky overcoats cinched tight at the waist - sometimes with what appeared to be fringed scarves - and suits with drop-crotched harem pants and long shirts with tails of tiny pleats that emerged, flirtily, from beneath the jackets.

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  • Despite the hints of Punch and Judy in their flirtily aggressive banter, Ellen and Brett are no Siskel and Ebert.

    Slate Magazine

  • Two large Ionic columns dominate the entrance to the couple's living room, which Stevie alternately leans on flirtily or clings to for dear life as the family crisis unfolds.

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