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flirt to act in a romantically or sexually enticing manner without serious intention; play at love. [6 definitions]
flirtation the act or practice of flirting. [2 definitions]
flirtatious inclined to flirt. [2 definitions]
flit to fly or dart quickly and lightly; flutter. [3 definitions]
flitch a salted and cured side of a hog; side of bacon. [4 definitions]
flitter to flutter.
float to rest, stay, or drift on the surface of a liquid or in the midst of a gas such as air without sinking. [14 definitions]
float around (informal) to be somewhere in the area (used when the precise location of someone or something is not known to the speaker.)
floater a person or thing that floats. [4 definitions]
floating buoyed or suspended on water, air, or the like; afloat. [5 definitions]
floating dock a structure that can be submerged, placed under a ship, and then raised so that the ship can be floated out of water, as for repairs.
floating island a dessert of soft custard having whipped cream or meringue floating atop it. [2 definitions]
floating rib any rib, such as the two lower pairs in humans, that is not attached to other ribs or the breastbone.
float valve a valve controlled by a floating device.
flocculate to form (soil, clouds, or the like) into lumps or masses. [2 definitions]
flocculent like wool; tufted or fluffy. [3 definitions]
flock1 a group of animals or birds of one kind keeping or kept together, such as geese or sheep. [4 definitions]
flock2 a tuft, as of wool or other fiber. [5 definitions]
flocking fine fibers, such as wool, applied to a smooth surface such as wallpaper or fabric to form a raised pattern; flock. [2 definitions]
floe a mass of sheet ice floating usu. on the sea, or a detached piece of such a mass.
flog to beat harshly with a whip or rod.