Coquette [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Coquette:

"I rather think you forgot Miss Warrender's presence," retorted the coquette.

A coquette is said to be an imperfect incarnation of Cupid, as she keeps her beau, and not her arrows, in a quiver.

Then, in heaven's name, do not put such a noble creature as Doa Inez on a level with a mere little trifling coquette.

I am going to be frivolous, coquette, and imagine myself a girl of the old Southern Set, when there were no new people.

A woman with one gallant thinks she is no coquette; she who has several thinks herself but a coquette.

This stately coquette did not choose to be seen in the midst of medical appliances and without the splendors of apparel.

Climne is "la grande coquette par excellence," surrounded by a crowd of admirers wherever she goes.

"I'd rather think you a coquette than—" Again he checked himself at the sight of her trouble.

The coquette of the presence-chamber became the coolest and hardest of politicians at the council-board.

Little Coquette was an extremely fast boat of Mr. Nicholson's design, and made one of the longest string of flags ever recorded.