Therefore it is not surprising to find little relief from the tragic note in "The coquette."
I 'd be sorry, very sorry, to doubt it; but she never said I was a coquette?
Mr. Jessop was the owner of the Molly, twenty rater, and coquette, half rater.
People called her a coquette––the most dangerous of coquettes, because she was not a cold one.
A charming, clever, witty woman always does—especially if she is a little of a coquette.
I have many things to say to you yet before—— For one, I am not a coquette?
Distress of the coquette at the first appearance of wrinkles.
Anglique could coquette in half-meanings with any lady of honor at Court.
The little baroness wasn't twenty, and she was a coquette to the core.
Some one said the other day that Shakspeare had never drawn a coquette.