Dallies with - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
dally with (one) (redirected from dallies with)
dally with (one)
To flirt with one. Oh, don't pay any attention to Nick—he dallies with every girl that comes into the store.
dally with someone
to flirt with someone; to waste time with someone of the opposite sex. (Old.) Sam is dallying with that Johnson girl again. Stop dallying with her and get back to your studies!
References in periodicals archive
In Cox's script, which dallies with
cliche but thankfully never marries it, both young men realize they need to chuck everything they've ever known to have everything they've ever wanted.
Beattie (Jeanne Bates), who dallies with
the mother/daughter con artist team of Mrs.
Life takes a turn for the worse when he dallies with
the wife (Jean Seaberg) of a psychiatrist (Patrick O'Neal) who seeks revenge by prescribing "brain surgery.
Indeed, in the May 2 episode he dallies with
a "buffed" employee.