- inclined to flirt
- of or characteristic of flirtation
An example of someone who would be described as flirtatious is a giggly girl who is continually batting her eyelashes at boys and touching their arms while laughing at their jokes.
- Given to flirting.
- Full of playful allure: a flirtatious glance.
(comparative more flirtatious, superlative most flirtatious)
- If you are still searching in vain for a one piece that bears the Kenneth Cole moniker, and you aren’t fond of his current styles, you may have to settle for either his very sexy monokinis, or his flirtatious swim dresses.
- The fact is that the basic steps are almost comically easy because the dance is intended to be social - a flirtatious and sensual interplay of people, with the relationship between them the most important part.
- If you're hoping to go the flirtatious, charming fairy route, consider the elegant looks sported by Drew Barrymore in Ever After and by Michelle Pfeiffer in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
- Tinkerbell images can range from innocent and cute to spicy and flirtatious, so her images are extremely versatile and can be used on both websites for children and also for adults.
- The two had quite a flirtatious relationship, leading to much speculation in the tabloid media about whether or not Preston and Chantelle were in the throws of romance.