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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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coquette
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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • I’ve learned two new words: "brothel" and "coquette."
  • Add to that, vanity and coquettishness and there’s no question about it: she’s a thoroughly despicable person.
  • Smile coquettishly, pretend you know everything, offer everyone a piece of advice and mother them — that’s sure to make a good impression.
  • One, she’s hardworking; two, cheerful; three, coquettish — and sometimes a cute face.
  • That’s all I was: a terrible flirt, coquettish and amusing.

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  • Her early roles limited her to the decorative coquette, but she had a breakout role in...
  • He introduced Bette Midler by saying, Bette rhymes with coquette, but never regret.

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