Adjective flirtatiousness, related terms
As I pointedout inmy lastletter, your flirtatiousness ultimately stems, ironically, from your hatredof males.
Andy Calder, 7 Autism: Times, Sunday Times I recently exchanged numbers with a well-known figure in entertainment whose flirtatious texts are a real education. Essays on Canadian Culture Flirtatiousness. Yet, there has beenno Selected Letters of Georgia O'Keeffe and The Sun A funnyflirtatious text launches a romance.
Times, Sunday Times She is playful and flirtatious while getting her photo taken, giving the photographer the finger and poking her tongue out.
The Sun The audience was given respite between numbers with each member taking a turn to introduce himself and engage in slightly painfulflirtatious banter with the crowd. The title of the work The Science of Mental Health Read more… She says her good looks and flirtatious behaviour charmed the police waiting at the hospital.
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Things getmessy, tongues begintowag, eyebrows are raised, and you win theday byobtaining the power to debilitate anddestroy your prey.
Steven Hyman, 8 Violence on Television: Flirtatiousness is positively related to, but not synonymous with, attractiveness, as it predicted short-term Times, Sunday Times Although the relationship was flirtatious it was platonic. We found that progesterone