flirtish

flirtish

(ˈflɜːtɪʃ)
adj
of the nature of or characterizing a flirt
References in classic literature ?
After this, came the dinner and the letter writing, and some more talking, in the course of which Miss Haredale took occasion to charge upon Dolly certain flirtish and inconstant propensities, which accusations Dolly seemed to think very complimentary indeed, and to be mightily amused with.
It is in fact Pisana who, through her flirtish games, pushes the young Carlo to venture beyond the enclosed walls of the medieval Castle, an experience that increases his prestige in the Fratta family, when during a siege he is able to serve as messenger for the Fratta household.
The colours are very girly, very flirtish and very lady-like as Mandira would say.