"La Coquetta," "The Coquette," was the title of a cigar shop.
Yet some of the sheeny-winged gallants called her a coquette.
Coquette, if you will, with fifty, but give your affections to one.
I 'd be sorry, very sorry, to doubt it; but she never said I was a coquette?
She is a coquette, too, about that foot and ankle,—I rather like a woman to be so.
People called her a coquette––the most dangerous of coquettes, because she was not a cold one.
I have many things to say to you yet before—— For one, I am not a coquette?
Think of all you said to me yesterday and this morning; and now, now you called me a coquette!
She was a Frenchwoman, a beauty, and a little—a very little—of a coquette.
His mad joy did not allow him to see anything of the coquette in that confession.