[flur-tey-shuh s] /flɜrˈteɪ ʃəs/
given or inclined to .
pertaining to or suggesting .
given to flirtation
expressive of playful sexual invitation: a flirtatious glance
1840, from flirt (v.) + -y (2). Related: Flirtiness.
1834, from flirtation + -ous. Related: Flirtatiously; flirtatiousness.
[flit] /flɪt/ verb (used without object), flitted, flitting. 1. to move lightly and swiftly; fly, dart, or skim along: bees flitting from flower to flower. 2. to flutter, as a bird. 3. to pass quickly, as time: hours flitting by. 4. Chiefly Scot. and North England. verb (used with object), flitted, flitting. 5. Chiefly Scot. […]
[flich] /flɪtʃ/ noun 1. the side of a hog (or, formerly, some other animal) salted and cured: a flitch of bacon. 2. a steak cut from a halibut. 3. Carpentry. verb (used with object) 4. to cut into flitches. 5. Carpentry. to assemble (boards or the like) into a laminated construction. /flɪtʃ/ noun 1. a […]
[flahyt] /flaɪt/ Scot. and North England verb (used without object), flited, fliting. 1. to dispute; wrangle; scold; jeer. noun 2. a dispute or wrangle; scolding. /flaɪt; Scottish fləɪt/ verb 1. (transitive) to scold or rail at noun 2. a dispute or scolding
[flich-pleyt] /ˈflɪtʃˌpleɪt/ noun, Carpentry. 1. an iron or steel for reinforcing a .