Contrary to the nature of women, she has no desire to please, and no coquetry.
This is the foundation for man's belief in the coquetry of women.
They assure the future of a woman, and save her from coquetry.
Who knows but even hallucinations are subject to wiles and coquetry.
Without a trace of coquetry or self-consciousness, and with a sigh of content, she laid her hand on his arm.
There was no intimation of coquetry in the remark; merely simple fact.
You have by your coquetry allured a gentleman who is accustomed to mislead, to forget, and shamefully to use those who trust him.
There was just a tinge of coquetry in her manner, which was rather unwonted.
They have developed the art of studying themselves; and the art of coquetry, which has become a virtue, is a science with them.
Her coquetry charmed him, as the follies of that vivacity of which he was so fond.