A woman who makes teasing sexual or romantic overtures; a flirt.(noun)
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Use "coquette" in a sentence
"The term coquette, which we have bor - rowed from the French, is our modern name for her who, in the"
"The word coquette does not come up to the mark; that of downright flirt seems to me to answer the purpose pretty well, and I can make use of it to tell you honestly what she is."
"The wife is an old coquette, that is always hankering after the diversions of the town; the husband a morose rustick, that frowns and frets at the name of it."