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noun [uncountable] smirting pronunciation in American English /ˈsmɜrtɪŋ/
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  1. 1
    behavior in which you show that you have a romantic or sexual interest in someone while you are both smoking outside a place in which smoking is not allowed
    Smirting brings you into contact with a far greater variety of people than dancing ever could.
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    the practice of smoking and flirting at the same time outside public places such as pubs, restaurants, and office buildings where smoking is prohibited
    Lets go outside and we can have a cigarette and do some smirting and meet the pub crowd.
    Submitted by Vianney from Netherlands on 06/05/2009 17:40:00

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smirt

verb [intransitive]
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present tense
I/you/we/theysmirt
he/she/itsmirts
present participlesmirting
past tensesmirted
past participlesmirted
Are you smirting with me?

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