Coquetry (noun)

The act of flirting or behaving in a way that is intended to be attractive to others.


From the french word "coquet" meaning a flirtatious person.


  1. She was known for her coquetry and charm.
  2. He was not immune to her coquetry and found himself falling for her.
  3. The coquetry of the young woman caught the attention of all the men in the room.
  4. The coquetry of the hostess made the party more lively.
  5. The coquetry of the girl made the boy confused and unsure of her intentions.
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