Definition of Coquettishly

1. Adverb. In a flirtatious manner. "She smiled coquettishly"

Exact synonyms: Flirtatiously
Partainyms: Coquettish, Flirtatious



Definition of Coquettishly

1. adv. In a coquettish manner.

Definition of Coquettishly

1. Adverb. In a coquettish manner, flirtatiously. ¹

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Definition of Coquettishly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coquettishly

coquandite
coquaternion
coquaternionic
coquaternions
coqueluche
coqueluches
coquet
coquetries
coquetry
coquets
coquette
coquetted
coquettes
coquetting
coquettish
coquettishly (current term)
coquettishness
coqui
coqui frog
coquilla
coquilla nut
coquillas
coquille
coquilles
coquilles Saint-Jacques
coquimbite
coquina
coquinas
coquis
coquito

Literary usage of Coquettishly

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1. Rochester and the Mayo Clinic: A Fair and Unbiased Story Calculated to Aid by George Wiley Broome, William James Mayo, Charles Horace Mayo (1914)
"... a few locks of hair may be seen playing coquettishly from beneath each one's cap. I pondered over this, and wondered that the senior surgeon tolerated ..."

2. Chief Contemporary Dramatists, Second Series: Eighteen Plays from the Recent by Thomas Herbert Dickinson (1921)
"HEIN [looks coquettishly at her, smiles, and hands her the satchel]. ... HEIN [his face quite near hers, coquettishly]. Who knows? EVA [slowly]. ..."

3. The History of Modern Painting by RICHARD. MUTHER (1907)
"Most of'their pictures are nugatory, coquettishly sportive toys, masterly in technique no doubt, but so empty of substance that they vanish from memory like ..."

4. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1877)
"... on the other hand, though characterised by evident poverty, was coquettishly made aud coquettishly worn, after the fashion of the city. ..."

5. My Diary in Mexico in 1867: Including the Last Days of the Emperor by Felix Salm-Salm (1868)
"... thrown coquettishly over the head and left shoulder. I stood with my wife on the balcony of the hotel Iturbide, in the calle Francisco, and beside us ..."

6. Benign Stupors: A Study of a New Manic-depressive Reaction Type by August Hoch (1921)
"This passed over to a more elated state, during which she smiled a good deal, often quite coquettishly; she sang love songs softly; on one occasion put a ..."

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