coy[ koi ]SEE DEFINITION OF coy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COY
And Mrs. Oldaker, with a coy fillip of her fan, called him a naughty boy.
Imogen was not coy; she would not have treated her admirer with affected disdain.
Just from that you can realize how he had me guessing, for it takes quite some jolt to make me coy.
But the spirit of industry, once driven forth, returns with coy steps.
There was coy conversation, while the civilian telephone-service suffered.
In the mean time she is coy—awaiting the result of your search.
She is a coy maid, and ever eludes her flattering followers.
Simms took care of Coy to the end of his life, Coy dying but recently.
Meantime the big Mexican, Coy, showed up from somewhere, just as Foster had.
Coy was shot in the leg, possibly by Simms, but did not drop.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COY
- having cold feet