Women, coquettishly arrayed and carefully painted, moved gracefully about from group to group, carrying the hot drink.
"Without doubt you would have fallen in love with me," coquettishly.
coquettishly she plied all her wiles to captivate poor Pommer anew.
"I would not be if you were here to share its delights with me," she answered, coquettishly.
He was a young man, of elegant features, haughty glance, and his slight moustache was coquettishly turned up.
Her hair was fluffy, and coquettishly knotted at the back with blue ribbon.
She began to smile again, coquettishly untying the string and unwrapping the paper.
I aint considered us as sich, said Sophronia, coquettishly: not as yet.
Then, being alone, she laid a hand of her own coquettishly alongside its wooden counterpart, and critically admired the likeness.
"Perhaps he admires my jewels or my flowers," she said, coquettishly.