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Synonyms for coquet

to make amorous advances without serious intentions

Synonyms for coquet

talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions

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She is showing a disposition to coquet with Richard," rejoined Sir Joseph, with the air of a man who knew female human nature in its remotest corners.
She became EXCESSIVELY intimate with most of the ladies; and, to my profound astonishment, evinced no equivocal disposition to coquet with the men.
So, seizing a candle, he looked about for his gold-laced cap, and found it lying in its usual place, on a console-table, in the anteroom, placed before a mirror at which Jos used to coquet, always giving his side-locks a twirl, and his cap the proper cock over his eye, before he went forth to make appearance in public.
The first release comprises three Coquets and a Linton house style The Coquet is a three-bedroom semidetached home with integral garage, living room, kitchen/dining room with French doors to the garden, hall, cloakroom, master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room, second bedroom with built-in wardrobe, third bedroom or study and a family bathroom.
The Linton is a detached version of The Coquet, with only two on this development, both on corner plots.