She was flirting
her fan and laughing at the feeble jokes of a young gentleman who tried to be witty, when she suddenly stopped laughing and looked confused, for just opposite, she saw Laurie.
Both resorted to the drinking-table without stint, but each in a different way; the lion for the most part reclining with his hands in his waistband, looking at the fire, or occasionally flirting
with some lighter document; the jackal, with knitted brows and intent face, so deep in his task, that his eyes did not even follow the hand he stretched out for his glass--which often groped about, for a minute or more, before it found the glass for his lips.
she could not endure; she drove men away when they became tender, seeing in them the falsehood of Smilash without his wit.
You are flirting
disgracefully with him," said Lord Henry to his cousin.
To flirt with Hetty was a very different affair from flirting
with a pretty girl of his own station: that was understood to be an amusement on both sides, or, if it became serious, there was no obstacle to marriage.
Blanche had withdrawn a little from the rest, and was engaged in flirting
with the Prince.
One would think you can judge of that for yourself; look, only, how they are laughing and flirting
And there, as they slowly paced the gradual ascent, heedless of every group around them, seeing neither sauntering politicians, bustling housekeepers, flirting
girls, nor nursery-maids and children, they could indulge in those retrospections and acknowledgements, and especially in those explanations of what had directly preceded the present moment, which were so poignant and so ceaseless in interest.
She wouldn't say so, or hurt their feelings, for she wanted to be on the best of terms with them always, but she would stop flirting
with Uncle Martin and just turn him back into a dear good friend.
There was a group of shabbily dressed men smoking and laughing in a corner, a scissors-grinder with his wheel, two guardsmen who were flirting
with a nurse-girl, and several well-dressed young men who were lounging up and down with cigars in their mouths.
Only a few hours ago she had been--yes, flirting
with another man before his very eyes.
He had had his fill long ago of the noisy friendly parties at Highbank, with coasting, ice-boating, sleighing, long tramps in the snow, and a general flavour of mild flirting
and milder practical jokes.