verb (used without object), co·quet·ted, co·quet·ting.
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verb (used without object)
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OTHER WORDS FROM coquetteco·quet·tish, adjective
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It is laid to her charge that she coquetted with the Huguenots, whom she afterward slew.
Alexander coquetted with the English agents, and concealed his plans from the conservative Russians.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
This child of ten years of age, precocious and vicious, coquetted with him as if she had been a grown woman.L'Assommoir|Emile Zola
"Rose has said I coquetted with you," Jeanne exclaimed with a roseate flush and courageous honesty.A Little Girl in Old Detroit|Amanda Minnie Douglas
Becker, indeed, once coquetted with the thought of patronising him; but the project had no sequel, and it stands alone.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 17 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson