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Synonyms for coquette

a woman who is given to flirting


Synonyms for coquette

a seductive woman who uses her sex appeal to exploit men

talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions

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Shelves with pritatnymi coquette of blue cloth, with patch pouches and side pockets, with valves fastened to two buttons, with double finishing stitches on the pockets and valves.
Elsewhere, Linda observes Mick's interactions with coquette Whitney and makes a big decision.
Le bonhomme est un gros poisson du djihadisme, les USA offrent la coquette somme de 5 millions de dollars pour sa capture ou sa liquidation.
En sa treizieme edition qui s'etalera du 13 au 28 octobre, sous la coquette appellation adoptee par cet organisme, cette annee, de Andaloussi-elles.
TILLY MINT and THU 11 Minxie Coquette are among the names taking part in The Spare Rib burlesque and cabaret night at The Magnet, on Hardman Street, with a Valentine's theme.
Also, it's hard not to fall for the charms of Miss Coquette which boasts feminine lines that will show off your curves to absolute perfection.
Hector Crevecour, Philip Freneau, Washington Irving), continentials (Lewis, Clark, and Sacagawea), pioneers (Fenimore Cooper), pale faces and redskins (Robert Byrd, Catherine Sedgwick, Lydia Maria Child), radicals (Margaret Fuller and Thoreau), allegorical (Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, Muir), coquette (Dickinson), satirical (Twain), and 20th century and beyond (London, Mary Austin, Cather, Fitzgerald).
Josephine Baker, egg ala coquette, Eden Paradis, Valrohna hot chocolate
Juste au sud de cette ville coquette au bord du Pacifique, de l'autre cote du mur, se dresse Tijuana, pauvre et ultra urbanisee.
co Bourjois Rouge Edition Lipstick in rose Coquette, PS7.
com)-- Fashion designer and stylist, Aries Milan unveils Coquette boutique in Santa Monica.
It contains a blush and a highlighter, and comes in three shade combinations: Ingenue, Gamine and Coquette.
That Pickford dismissed the talkies as a passing fad proved ironic for the woman who, in 1930, won an Oscar for Coquette, the first Academy Award given to an actress in a talking motion picture.
Marty (1882-1974)--called "La coquette surprise" from a 1913 edition--illustrates a design for an evening dress from the noted French fashion firm the House of Worth, founded by Charles Worth in 1858 and continued by four generations of the family until it was acquired by the House of Paquin in the 1950s.
Gritskova's Olga missed the mark by turning the character into a scatter-brained coquette right from the outset.