from The Century Dictionary.
- Like a coquette; of or pertaining to or characterized by or practising coquetry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Practicing or exhibiting coquetry; alluring; enticing.
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- adjective As a young,
- adjective Characteristic of a
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective like a coquette
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With the words I write here I am not simply a camera operator or cinematographer; I am the lens itself – flattering, accentuating, distorting – recording how the world will recall my coquettish Miss Kathie.
In fact, in a manner which in another sex might be called coquettish, he seemed to court attention.
I believe I shall never again resume those airs; which you term coquettish, but which I think deserve a softer appellation; as they proceed from an innocent heart, and are the effusions of a youthful, and cheerful mind.
She had only taken time to throw a loose wrapper around her shoulders; and her dishevelled hair streamed out from under a kind of coquettish morning-cap.
They sang syrupy love songs on one level, but on another they operated at an often haunting remove from their music that denied the kind of coquettish role they were intended to take on.
For some reason I'm thinking it may sound similar to either "coquettish" or "obsolescence," but at this point that may be nothing over and above wishful thinking.
'coquettish' in such moments, when in fact she was treading precariously close to frenzied strangulation.
It was, according to Martin Luther, a “wag” or “waggle” resembling “the affected gait of coquettish females.”
Such coquettish behavior is understandable when you're this pretty, but the risk of heartbreak is rising.
Early dinner: Bistro Don GiovanniThis restaurant rocks year in and year out for a reason -- it is passionately Italian -- the owners, the food, the clothing, the music, the coquettish waiters etc.