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Definition of "coquetting" [coquetting]

  • Present participle of coquet. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "coquetting" in a sentence
  • "With Turkey's leaders coquetting as the new best bedfellows of Iran and embracing the terrorists of Hamas, the Wilson Center has just bestowed its "Public Service" award on Turkey's foreign minister, Ahmet Davutoglu."
  • "Martial, who believed that she still loved him, assumed the coquetting graces in which a man is so ready to lull himself in the presence of the woman he loves."
  • "Silently and patiently did the doctor bear all this, and all the handings of negus, and watching for glasses, and darting for biscuits, and coquetting, that ensued; but, a few seconds after the stranger had disappeared to lead Mrs. Budger to her carriage, he darted swiftly from the room with every particle of his hitherto – bottled – up indignation effervescing, from all parts of his countenance, in a perspiration of passion."