This new trait of girlish coquettishness
made an unpleasant impression on Dolly.
Dolly had one undoubtedly, and it was not a tough one either, though there was a little mist of coquettishness
about it, such as sometimes surrounds that sun of life in its morning, and slightly dims its lustre.
As if the Rose Adage wasn't a challenge on its own, it is then followed by a long solo which requires not just clean line and stamina, but that the ballerina convey the Princess's innocent coquettishness
We all knew The Rock was game for anything, but watching him gaze into the distance in a display of "smouldering intensity" -- one of his character's 'strengths' in the videogame world -- is almost as awesome as watching Black stomp his foot and place his hands on his hips in a display of teenage coquettishness
She pitched her demeanour just right, with none of the coquettishness
seen on TV.
Also in her VO debut, soprano Suzanne Rigden brought an agile and graceful coloratura as well as an impish coquettishness
to the role of Adele and played her as a delightfully shrewd and feisty survivor to win huge audience empathy and applause at curtain.
With his fictional journey through the city, Konwicki's protagonist, seduced by a disgustingly cozy "barrack," aiming to self-immolate in a gesture of a political rebellion gives a proof of the inability to hide from the unwanted and questionable coquettishness
of the statue of confinement, overseeing the main character's horizontal path.
Sophie Bevan's lustrously voiced Vixen Sharp-Ears combines gambolling legs-in-the-air coquettishness
with a cheerfully amoral relish in despatching her victims and ensnaring a suitor.
But American audiences will soon get to sample Lawson, whose slate of books includes the popular "How to Become a Domestic Goddess," and whose demeanor is all sideways smiles, sexual innuendo and an overt coquettishness
that seems designed to encourage male viewers to consider learning how to cook.
Similarly to the narrator's uneasy insistence on Rosamond's innocence, the narrator of Little Women paradoxically asserts Amy's coquettishness
and innocence, characterizing her as a polished social sculpture, yet "the baby" or "unspoiled" child.
I always believed she dropped her head and raised her eyes heavenwards out of sheer coquettishness
Baroque plays refer to the coquettishness
and seductiveness with which women wielded their cloaks, simultaneously hiding and showing their desires.