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Coquette quotes by Mackenzi Lee
#1. I swear, you would play the coquette with a well-upholstered sofa."
"First, I would not. And second, how handsome is this sofa? #Quote by Mackenzi Lee
Coquette quotes by Washington Irving
#2. He who wins a thousand common hearts is entitled to some renown; but he who keeps undisputed sway over the heart of a coquette is indeed a hero. #Quote by Washington Irving
Coquette quotes by Jean De La Bruyere
#3. For a woman to be at once a coquette and a bigot is more than the humblest of husbands can bear; she should mercifully choose between the two. #Quote by Jean De La Bruyere
Coquette quotes by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
#4. Beautiful coquettes are quacks of love. #Quote by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Coquette quotes by Oliver Goldsmith
#5. The Europeans are themselves blind who describe fortune without sight. No first-rate beauty ever had finer eyes, or saw more clearly. They who have no other trade but seeking their fortune need never hope to find her; coquette-like, she flies from her close pursuers, and at last fixes on the plodding mechanic who stays at home and minds his business. #Quote by Oliver Goldsmith
Coquette quotes by Josh Billings
#6. Fortune is like a coquette; if you don't run after her, she will run after you. #Quote by Josh Billings
Coquette quotes by Benjamin Disraeli
#7. Coquettes are, but too rare. It is a career that requires great abilities, infinite pains, a gay and airy spirit. 'T is the coquette who provides all the amusements,
suggests the riding-party, plans the picnic, gives and guesses charades, acts them. She is the stirring element amid the heavy congeries of social atoms,
the soul of the house, the salt of the banquet. #Quote by Benjamin Disraeli
Coquette quotes by Nathaniel Parker Willis
#8. A flirt is like a dipper attached to a hydrant; every one is at liberty to drink from it, but no one desires to carry it away. #Quote by Nathaniel Parker Willis
Coquette quotes by The Coquette
#9. Don't let anybody fuck you - spiritually, mentally, emotionally or psychically. Whether it is religion, ideology, shame or a penis, don't let anyone put something inside you without thinking about it first and then making up your own mind. #Quote by The Coquette
Coquette quotes by Samuel Johnson
#10. The coquette has companions, indeed, but no lovers,
for love is respectful and timorous; and where among her followers will she find a husband? #Quote by Samuel Johnson
Coquette quotes by Oriana Fallaci
#11. The most humiliating thing a woman can be is a coquette. #Quote by Oriana Fallaci
Coquette quotes by William Makepeace Thackeray
#12. The ladies
Heaven bless them!
are, as a general rule, coquettes from babyhood upwards. #Quote by William Makepeace Thackeray
Coquette quotes by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
#13. Women find it far more difficult to overcome their inclination to coquetry than to overcome their love. #Quote by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Coquette quotes by George Washington
#14. It rarely happens otherwise than that a thorough-faced coquette dies in celibacy, as a punishment for her attempts to mislead others, by encouraging looks, words, or actions, given for no other purpose than to draw men on to make overtures that they may be rejected. #Quote by George Washington
Coquette quotes by Henry James
#15. She was a coquette; he was sure she had a spirit of her own; but in her bright, sweet, superficial little visage there was no mockery, no irony. Before long it became obvious that she was much disposed towards conversation. #Quote by Henry James
Coquette quotes by Emily Dickinson
#16. GOING to him! Happy letter! Tell him -
Tell him the page I did n't write;
Tell him I only said the syntax,
And left the verb and the pronoun out.
Tell him just how the fingers hurried, 5
Then how they waded, slow, slow, slow;
And then you wished you had eyes in your pages,
So you could see what moved them so.

"Tell him it was n't a practised writer,
You guessed, from the way the sentence toiled; 10
You could hear the bodice tug, behind you,
As if it held but the might of a child;
You almost pitied it, you, it worked so.
Tell him - No, you may quibble there,
For it would split his heart to know it, 15
And then you and I were silenter.

"Tell him night finished before we finished,
And the old clock kept neighing 'day!'
And you got sleepy and begged to be ended -
What could it hinder so, to say? 20
Tell him just how she sealed you, cautious,
But if he ask where you are hid
Until to-morrow, - happy letter!
Gesture, coquette, and shake your head! #Quote by Emily Dickinson
Coquette quotes by Jean De La Bruyere
#17. A coquette is one that is never to be persuaded out of the passion she has to please, nor out of a good opinion of her own beauty: time and years she regards as things that only wrinkle and decay other women, forgetting that age is written in the face, and that the same dress which became her when she was young now only makes her look older. #Quote by Jean De La Bruyere
Coquette quotes by Martha Wainwright
#18. I've always been given respect because I'm kind of mannish, and I'm not a great beauty. I've never played the coquette card because I'm no good at it. #Quote by Martha Wainwright
Coquette quotes by Giacomo Casanova
#19. The source of love, as I learned later, is a curiosity which, combined with the inclination which nature is obliged to give us in order to preserve itself. […] Hence women make no mistake in taking such pains over their person and their clothing, for it is only by these that they can arouse a curiosity to read them in those whom nature at their birth declared worthy of something better than blindness. […] As time goes on a man who has loved many women, all of them beautiful, reaches the point of feeling curious about ugly women if they are new to him. He sees a painted woman. The paint is obvious to him, but it does not put him off. His passion, which has become a vice, is ready with the fraudulent title page. 'It is quite possible,' he tells himself, 'that the book is not as bad as all that; indeed, it may have no need of this absurd artifice.' He decides to scan it, he tries to turn over the pages - but no! the living book objects; it insists on being read properly, and the 'egnomaniac' becomes a victim of coquetry, the monstrous persecutor of all men who ply the trade of love.

You, Sir, who are a man of intelligence and have read these least twenty lines, which Apollo drew from my pen, permit me to tell you that if they fail to disillusion you, you are lost - that is, you will be the victim of the fair sex to the last moment of your life. If that prospect pleases you, I congratulate you #Quote by Giacomo Casanova
Coquette quotes by Henry Fielding
#20. The life of a coquette is one constant lie; and the only rule by which you can form any correct judgment of them is that they are never what they seem. #Quote by Henry Fielding
Coquette quotes by Douglas Jerrold
#21. A coquette is like a recruiting sergeant, always on the lookout for fresh victims. #Quote by Douglas Jerrold
Coquette quotes by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
#22. It is a species of coquetry to make a parade of never practising it. #Quote by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Coquette quotes by Thomas Carlyle
#23. I don't like to talk much with people who always agree with me. It is amusing to coquette with an echo for a little while, but one soon tires of it. #Quote by Thomas Carlyle
Coquette quotes by George Eliot
#24. Yes, but not my style of woman: I like a woman who lays herself out a little more to please us. There should be a little filigree about a woman
something of the coquette. A man likes a sort of challenge. The more of a dead set she makes at you the better. #Quote by George Eliot
Coquette quotes by Joseph Addison
#25. Life is not long enough for a coquette to play all her tricks in. #Quote by Joseph Addison
Coquette quotes by Oliver Goldsmith
#26. Popular glory is a perfect coquette; her lovers must toil, feel every inquietude, indulge every caprice, and perhaps at last be jilted into the bargain. True glory, on the other hand, resembles a woman of sense; her admirers must play no tricks. They feel no great anxiety, for they are sure in the end of being rewarded in proportion to their merit. #Quote by Oliver Goldsmith
Coquette quotes by Simone De Beauvoir
#27. Ce n'est gue' re que dans les asiles que les coquettes gardent avec ente tement une foi entie' re en des regards absents; normalement, elles re clament des te moins. Women fond of dress are hardly ever entirely satisfied not to be seen, except among the insane; usually they want witnesses. #Quote by Simone De Beauvoir
Coquette quotes by Lord Byron
#28. Such is your cold coquette, who can't say "No," And won't say "Yes," and keeps you on and off-ing On a lee-shore, till it begins to blow, Then sees your heart wreck'd, with an inward scoffing. #Quote by Lord Byron
Coquette quotes by John Dryden
#29. New vows to plight, and plighted vows to break. #Quote by John Dryden
Coquette quotes by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#30. A coquette is a young lady of more beauty than sense, more accomplishments than learning, more charms not person than graces of mind, more admirers than friends, mole fools than wise men for attendants. #Quote by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Coquette quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#31. My father was a violent sod, and my mother was a coquette who, as they say, 'had a tile loose.' As for my brother and I, we were a pair of sullen tots who went around trying to pick fights with our cousins. The earl couldn't stand either of us. He caught me by the ear on one occasion, and told me I was a bad, wicked lad, and someday he would see to it that I was placed as a cabin boy on a trading vessel bound for China, which would undoubtedly be captured by pirates."
"What did you say?"
"I told him I hoped he would do it as soon as possible, because pirates would do a much better job of raising me than my parents. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Coquette quotes by Euphoria Godsent
#32. One day I realized, I am what I'm looking for. The love I've been searching the world for. When I devoutly love myself it's fulfilling, and it attracts others. They fight to love me twice as much. #Quote by Euphoria Godsent
Coquette quotes by Beryl Markham
#33. A fine job of work and a fine colt. Shall I reward you or Coquette - or both? #Quote by Beryl Markham
Coquette quotes by Oscar Wilde
#34. I am afraid that she is a coquette, for she is always flirting with the wind. #Quote by Oscar Wilde

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