coquetry coquetry


  • (n) playful behavior intended to arouse sexual interest


  1. In a girl of 16: 80% beauty; 20% mental coquetry.
  2. Their coquetry and little-girl voices suggest they're campaigning for prom queen, not great film roles.
  3. From the boy's point of view the separation is a coquetry to force the old man into allowing him both bride and allowance.
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tacit tacit
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