flirt englanniksi   dalliance fr, sport fr, flirt en

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*: As in the season of rutting (an uncouth phrase, by which the vulgar denote that gentle dalliance, which in the well-wooded forest of Hampshire, passes between lovers of the ferine kind),

*: Think it but a minute spent in sport.

*: Her sports were such as carried riches of knowledge upon the stream of delight.

*: The little dog laughed to see such sport, and the dish ran away with the spoon.

*: Then make sport at me; then let me be your jest.

*: flitting leaves, the sport of every wind

*: Never does man appear to greater disadvantage than when he is the sport of his own ungoverned passions.

*: An author who should introduce such a sport of words upon our stage would meet with small applause.

: ux|en|children sporting on the green

: ux|en|Jen sports with Bills emotions.

*: He sports with his own life.

: ux|en|Jens sporting a new pair of shoes;  he was sporting a new wound from the combat

*: Against whom do ye sport yourselves?

*: Now sporting on thy lyre the loves of youth.

: rfquotek|Darwin

*: There he locked it up in a drawer, sported the doors of both sets of rooms, and retired to bed.

*: Several little flirts and vibrations.

*: With many a flirt and flutter.

*: Oooh, dont. Lilly staggered behind the counter. Hangover from hell. We had a good time, I think. Hes such a flirt though. He really fancied Midnight. Was sooo gutted that she was actually a straight man. Think it almost turned him celibate.

*: Several young flirts about town had a design to cast us out of the fashionable world.

: They flirt water in each others faces.

: to flirt a glove, or a handkerchief

*: I am ashamed; I am scorned; I am flirted.

*: Asinius Pollionb..., having written many invectives against Plancus, staid untill he were dead to publish them. It was rather to flurt at a blind man, and raile in a dead mans eare, and to offend a senselesse man, than incurre the danger of his revenge.

*: Her skirt flirted around her knees like a flower petal.

*: Chatterer flirted his tale in the saucy way he has, and his eyes twinkled.

*: Dr Hutchinson, who told jurors that he had been married for 37 years and that his son was a policeman, said he enjoyed flirting with the woman, was flattered by her attention and was anticipating patting her bottom again—but had no intention of seducing her.

*: Ive thrown away my reputation, self-respect, money, health and happiness through the use of drugs and alcohol; I can teach her how fragile a reputation is, how a fool and their money are soon parted, and how dangerous it is to flirt with drugs.

*: The various episodes of thinkers flirting with the idea of an infinite universe, starting with early Greek speculations and running through Cusa in the Renaissance, came to fruition as a central element in the Scientific Revolution.

*: Several little flirts and vibrations.

*: With many a flirt and flutter.

*: Oooh, dont. Lilly staggered behind the counter. Hangover from hell. We had a good time, I think. Hes such a flirt though. He really fancied Midnight. Was sooo gutted that she was actually a straight man. Think it almost turned him celibate.

*: Several young flirts about town had a design to cast us out of the fashionable world.

: They flirt water in each others faces.

: to flirt a glove, or a handkerchief

*: I am ashamed; I am scorned; I am flirted.

*: Asinius Pollionb..., having written many invectives against Plancus, staid untill he were dead to publish them. It was rather to flurt at a blind man, and raile in a dead mans eare, and to offend a senselesse man, than incurre the danger of his revenge.

*: Her skirt flirted around her knees like a flower petal.

*: Chatterer flirted his tale in the saucy way he has, and his eyes twinkled.

*: Dr Hutchinson, who told jurors that he had been married for 37 years and that his son was a policeman, said he enjoyed flirting with the woman, was flattered by her attention and was anticipating patting her bottom again—but had no intention of seducing her.

*: Ive thrown away my reputation, self-respect, money, health and happiness through the use of drugs and alcohol; I can teach her how fragile a reputation is, how a fool and their money are soon parted, and how dangerous it is to flirt with drugs.

*: The various episodes of thinkers flirting with the idea of an infinite universe, starting with early Greek speculations and running through Cusa in the Renaissance, came to fruition as a central element in the Scientific Revolution.

*: Several little flirts and vibrations.

*: With many a flirt and flutter.

*: Oooh, dont. Lilly staggered behind the counter. Hangover from hell. We had a good time, I think. Hes such a flirt though. He really fancied Midnight. Was sooo gutted that she was actually a straight man. Think it almost turned him celibate.

*: Several young flirts about town had a design to cast us out of the fashionable world.

: They flirt water in each others faces.

: to flirt a glove, or a handkerchief

*: I am ashamed; I am scorned; I am flirted.

*: Asinius Pollionb..., having written many invectives against Plancus, staid untill he were dead to publish them. It was rather to flurt at a blind man, and raile in a dead mans eare, and to offend a senselesse man, than incurre the danger of his revenge.

*: Her skirt flirted around her knees like a flower petal.

*: Chatterer flirted his tale in the saucy way he has, and his eyes twinkled.

*: Dr Hutchinson, who told jurors that he had been married for 37 years and that his son was a policeman, said he enjoyed flirting with the woman, was flattered by her attention and was anticipating patting her bottom again—but had no intention of seducing her.

*: Ive thrown away my reputation, self-respect, money, health and happiness through the use of drugs and alcohol; I can teach her how fragile a reputation is, how a fool and their money are soon parted, and how dangerous it is to flirt with drugs.

*: The various episodes of thinkers flirting with the idea of an infinite universe, starting with early Greek speculations and running through Cusa in the Renaissance, came to fruition as a central element in the Scientific Revolution.

*: Several little flirts and vibrations.

*: With many a flirt and flutter.

*: Oooh, dont. Lilly staggered behind the counter. Hangover from hell. We had a good time, I think. Hes such a flirt though. He really fancied Midnight. Was sooo gutted that she was actually a straight man. Think it almost turned him celibate.

*: Several young flirts about town had a design to cast us out of the fashionable world.

: They flirt water in each others faces.

: to flirt a glove, or a handkerchief

*: I am ashamed; I am scorned; I am flirted.

*: Asinius Pollionb..., having written many invectives against Plancus, staid untill he were dead to publish them. It was rather to flurt at a blind man, and raile in a dead mans eare, and to offend a senselesse man, than incurre the danger of his revenge.

*: Her skirt flirted around her knees like a flower petal.

*: Chatterer flirted his tale in the saucy way he has, and his eyes twinkled.

*: Dr Hutchinson, who told jurors that he had been married for 37 years and that his son was a policeman, said he enjoyed flirting with the woman, was flattered by her attention and was anticipating patting her bottom again—but had no intention of seducing her.

*: Ive thrown away my reputation, self-respect, money, health and happiness through the use of drugs and alcohol; I can teach her how fragile a reputation is, how a fool and their money are soon parted, and how dangerous it is to flirt with drugs.

*: The various episodes of thinkers flirting with the idea of an infinite universe, starting with early Greek speculations and running through Cusa in the Renaissance, came to fruition as a central element in the Scientific Revolution.

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