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  • r  in a coy manner
    she pouted and looked at him coyly

  • Randy (coyly): He is retired now.
  • Asked if she could vote for the bill right now, Senator Blanche Lincoln, an Arkansas Democrat, smiled coyly.
  • Duke denies he is a racist and says coyly that he supports "civil rights for all people.
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  • Watch: Miley Cyrus Doesn't Mind That You Think She's a Party Animal
    Miley Cyrus is always in the spotlight, whether she's twerking it in a racy new music video, hanging out with all her super hip designer friends , or coyly addressing those pesky Liam Hemsworth relationship rumors by posting pics of herself clad in a super sexy wedding dress. In a new intimate interview with MTV News , the singer talks about her public image, about not being as big a party ...
    June 6, 2013 - Zimbio

  • Peter Bradshaw in Newindpress
    If they want to mount a full-blown attack on Christianity, they should be honest enough to say so. Instead, they coyly dredge up a long-discredited theory, cloak it in half-baked 'evidence' and pass it off as science. The public deserves... Brent Bozell Feb 28, 2007 23100 31027 coyly Ooooooh! Sort of like Juliette Binoche in 'Chocolat', only more annoying, if that's possible, which sadly it is. She gets it on with a hunky customer (Dylan McDermott) for one coyly photographed night of passion: her very first, we can only assume....
  • Germaine Greer in The West Australian
    His left thumb is hooked rather coyly in a pocket; his lime-green shirt is undone to the fourth button, and pulled open to display his bosom in a manner not altogether manly,Greer wrote in her column.

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