Though my aunt forever encouraged us to coquet with one another, I don't believe there was any sort of attraction between us.
She loves Worthy, whom she pretends to dislike, and coquets with him for twelve months.
For this reason, most of his speeches have a sort of parliamentary preamble to them: there is an air of affected modesty, and ostentatious trifling in them: he seems fond of coqueting with the House of Commons, and is perpetually calling the Speaker out to dance a minuet with him, before he begins.
He never coquets with an illusion nor he is a seer of visions.
Our cousin Anne Mosely is returned to Ely once more after an absence of some months nor do I think any nearer marrying than when you last saw her she flirts with one and coquets with another till I believe she will be forsaken by all if she does not alter her conduct.
There we all sat, prudence coqueting with appetite, and the finest yellow curries contending with the direst thoughts of yellow fever.
Sharon's rich, sensuous voice coquets above the piano, the drums, the bass.
Here in the valley, for four months, the temperature is very high, too high for comfort or good photographic work, for several of the midday hours of those months the thermometer coquets with the Centennial number, often getting the better of it from ten to twenty degrees in the shade.