She looked at him provocatively, as if relishing the chance to do something the rest of the royal family would never do.
Gibson did the same in the previously released tape, in which he condemned Grigorieva for dressing too provocatively.
She allowed herself to smile mysteriously, provocatively at him.
She smiled up at him provocatively and his sombre face lightened.
“I can see that grand supper-party not coming off,” said Joan provocatively.
The words were wafted back to us provocatively upon the evening air.
The removal of the hat was the last straw, for Edward's hair is provocatively red.
"I don't blame him at all," sobbed Miss Hawtry, provocatively, with the art of long practice both on the stage and off.
The only change was in her eyes, which no longer smiled into his so provocatively.
"I hear they call Georgie Bassett the 'little gentleman,'" ventured the barber, provocatively, meeting with instant success.
mid-15c., "eliciting," from Middle French provocatif (15c.) and directly from Late Latin provocativus "calling forth," from provocat-, past participle stem of Latin provocare (see provoke). Specifically of sexual desire from 1620s. Related: Provocatively; provocativeness. The earliest appearance of the word in English is as a noun meaning "an aphrodisiac" (early 15c.).