Last modified on 26 May 2014, at 21:21

cyberflirt

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ flirt

NounEdit

cyberflirt (plural cyberflirts)

  1. One who flirts in cyberspace.
    • 1998, Steve Horner, Single parenting: from a father's heart
      However, I realize that there's a growing number of single parents on the web who've chosen to be cyberflirts because of the comfort of seeking others from home, eliminating the barriers caused by fear of rejection.
    • 1999, Susan Rabin, Barbara J. Lagowski, Cyberflirt: how to attract anyone, anywhere on the World Wide Web
      Cyberflirts are also looking for men and women who are intelligent. The internet is a techie magnet. It's only natural that those drawn to the web are also drawn to people who are quick-witted, perceptive and astute.