coquettishly


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Synonyms for coquettishly

in a flirtatious manner

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Elsewhere former porn star Jenna Jameson, whose default setting seemed to be either sticking up one finger at the camera or sucking it coquettishly, led the Stateside "silicone and stripper heels" contingent, rounded off by the inflated chests and egos of Tila Tequila (nope, no idea) and reality TV "teen mom" Farrah Abraham.
Elsewhere former porn star Jenna Jameson, whose default setting seemed to be either sticking up one finger at the camera or sucking it coquettishly, led the Stateside 'silicone and stripper heels' contingent, rounded off by the inflated chests and egos of Tila Tequila (nope, no idea) and reality TV 'teen mom' Farrah Abraham.
Evincing a cowardice she shares with her mother, Helene--who smiles "dazzlingly and coquettishly at the salmon-colored face of the conductor" after he reprimands her for walking through a white passenger car (27)--Nel takes the "elaborate" way home from school for weeks in order to avoid the four white teenagers who "pushed her from hand to hand" one day, stopping only after "they grew tired of the frightened helpless face.
Sharp feathers cut across black straw numbers in the styles of 1939, while asymmetric rodeo hats sit coquettishly on the piled-up hairdos of the time.
In the lead up to the ceili, Sally and her sister enjoyed dressing up for the occasion, and Sally 'pirouetted' and held 'her head coquettishly to one side'.
Al-Mutayyam declares his passion, al-Yutayyim coquettishly resists, and the two join in singing romantic duets, somewhat in the manner of much later European operas.
They stand facing each other on stage, and Desdemona, who is wearing on her ears two pairs of bright red, pulpy cherries, coquettishly swings them while smiling at Othello.
Well, not so much up as coquettishly half-raised, in the manner of a flirtatious Can-Can dancer, offering a glimpse to any passers by (which there aren't many thankfully) of the wares arrayed enticingly within.
Flanked by her trusty henchmen, keyboard player H Hawkline, drummer Andy Fung and Baboo, she appeared to be the high priestess of glacial posturing - peeking out coquettishly from beneath her asymmetric bob.
I blushed coquettishly, in my mind just like the supermodel turned TV chef, before he concluded without a hint of shame: "When she was really fat
Birmingham Royal Ballet's The Two Pigeons beautifully contrasted the intense excitement of a gypsy camp with the coquettishly fresh relationship between the Young Man (Robert Parker) and Young Girl (Nao Sakuma).
In "Teasing," a nude woman dominates the canvas, crouching coquettishly in the foreground as a small orb, perhaps the Earth, seems to spin in the left-hand corner, suggesting her ascendancy over it.
Alan frowned, coquettishly, and rolled his eyes in exaggerated wounded dismay.
He turns his head coquettishly to and fro, minces like a mannequin.