Which preposition to use with flirtations

with Occurrences 62%

General Custer, who was one of the hunting party, carried on a mild flirtation with one of Spotted Tail's daughters, who had accompanied her father thither, and it was noticed also that the Duke Alexis paid considerable attention to another handsome red-skin maiden.

of Occurrences 15%

"In common with all of New-York, that town of babbling misses, who prattle as water flows, without consciousness or effort, and of whiskered masters, who fancy Broadway the world, and the flirtations of miniature drawing-rooms, human nature, I believed, on your return from Europe, that an accepted suitor followed in your train, in the person of Sir George Templemore.

between Occurrences 7%

A flirtation between the Private and ESTELLE is at once begun, from which it appears that she came to catch a glimpse of the Colonel, who wants to marry her.

in Occurrences 5%

"I feel like an executioner already!" CHAPTER VIII OPENING THE CAMPAIGN Louise's little romance, which now began to thrive vigorously, was regarded with calmness by her cousins and her mother, who knew of the former episode between her and Arthur and attached little importance to the renewed flirtation in which they indulged.

on Occurrences 4%

Harvard Lampoon. ~A Flirtation on the Cars.~ I did not even know her name, Nor where she lived, nor whence she came 'Twas sad, and yet Was I so very much to blame, That all my heart should start to flame, And flare and fret?

as Occurrences 3%

The child-like acceptance of a simple flirtation as the real thing, by these husky riders of the range, was little less than appalling.

at Occurrences 2%

A good deal of gaiety and praise, a little mild flirtation at Kirkbank Castle, and lo!

until Occurrences 1%

He will boast of this flirtation until the end of his days.

within Occurrences 1%

His last rebuff from Miss Trapper (now the wife of a wealthy tanner and currier) had taught him to keep his flirtations within narrower limits; but he openly professed, and probably believed, that, when he really wanted to marrywithout joking, you knowhe could take his pick from the wide and varied ranges of female society.

behind Occurrences 1%

Within doors an eye may be on her, so she slips out to the wood-stack in the yard, ostensibly to fetch a log for the fire, and indulges in a few moments of flirtation behind the shelter of the faggots.

by Occurrences 1%

The weak pipings of Cupid were mingled with the chorus of the saintsthe sanctity of the temple known as the "meeting-house" was desecrated by proceedings more in keeping with the shrine of Venusand the inspired writings themselves were used as the medium of amatory and wanton flirtation by the defendant in his sacred capacity as Deacon.

for Occurrences 1%

The dreaming music carried her back to vanished thingsother waltzes, other warm summer's nights, to the times when she had been, in her light-hearted fashion, in love, to those various flirtations for which she had more tenderness than regret just for the glimpses they brought.

like Occurrences 1%

It is when they come to Europe they have flirtations like us.

than Occurrences 1%

She was sorry for him, of course, but he couldn't be expected to feel a disappointment of this nature like a woman, and, after all, theirs was more a flirtation than an attachment.

to Occurrences 1%

For years he roved Europe, flitting from ovation to ovation, from flirtation to flirtation.

Which preposition to use with  flirtations