Mrs. Rylands knew this herself, but without vanity or coquettishness.
If you have, I am sure that it will add to your coquettishness.
There was nothing whatever of the coquettishness which she had sometimes displayed.
Faith's eyes were like Faith herself; there was no fear or uncertainty in them; and there was no coquettishness, no seduction.
Her coquettishness would not permit her to take seriously the addresses of the man whom she doubtless greatly admired and loved.
In none of her attitudes was there a trace of coquettishness, although some were most attractive.
Nothing is so difficult as to please without the use of what seems like coquettishness.
As she talked, she looked at him precisely as one man looks at another, without the slightest false modesty or coquettishness.
He saw oldish men looking horribly young in their animal excitement, and oldish women looking horrible in their coquettishness.
They possess most of the male characteristics of manner, and but few of the wiles and little of the coquettishness of woman.