coquet[ koh-ket ]SEE DEFINITION OF coquet
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COQUET
How little this was to be expected from Mlle. Coquet's shop!
He was masked, and had with him only Coquet, the master of the household.
He was masked, and attended only by Coquet, his master of the household.
Without any need of self-restraint, no wish to coquet ever entered her head.
I have been; and can tell you something more of the Coquet which is interesting.
Was it now a desire merely to coquet with a young and handsome lad?
To be betrothed and to coquet with other men,—that passes human understanding.
A litter conveyed him to a hired yacht, which lay at the mouth of the Coquet.
Coquet holds the affections of Northumbrians, I think, above all their rivers.
The fishermen of the Coquet, however, are not all inarticulate.