Coy sentence example

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  • Your buddy is being a little coy but he's hung around the wrong people long enough to pick up some information.
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  • She gave him a coy smile.
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  • She looked at him with a coy smile before approaching.
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  • Carmen smiled in a coy way and leaned toward him.
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  • The natural next step in her career was acting, and she took to the big screen with a flourish.Day became a Hollywood sweetheart, and gained an innocent, virginal image by playing coy, sweet leading ladies.
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  • Obviously, not everyone can look like Stacy in a bikini, but keep in mind that she is very serious about fitness and she has not been coy about passing on some of her secrets for maintaining her strong and healthy body.
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  • When he shifted, Jen leaned away with a coy smile and trailed the finger across his lower abdomen, moving around him.
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  • My high school girl-boy-how-to book said I should be coy and turn down all last-minute dates.
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  • Sexual Assertion - Be upfront in your sexual expectations and avoid coy tactics.
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  • Some are coy, some quite obvious, and some just plain funny.
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  • Are you a bodacious sex kitten or coy and come-hither in personality?
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  • The garter belt and nylons combination is one of the things that made pin-ups oh so sexy, along with the coy, come hither looks and the curves their admirers dreamed of running their hands up and down.
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  • Picture it, the mid-1990s, you turn on the radio (any station), and you hear a coy female voice pleading, "love me, love me...say that you love me."
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  • Pretty school teacher Randi Coy agreed to go along with a fake wedding to her irritating and slobbish fiancé Steve (who was really an actor) to snag a $500,000 prize.
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  • I am in command of " D " Coy. again, having been acting adjutant for only a few hours.
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  • He vibrates his wings to create a courtship ' song ' and chases the female, who is coy and runs away.
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  • The White Paper is somewhat coy on how these problems will be overcome in practice.
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  • The legs make it look rather coy, I think.
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  • No, Solaris is just too coy for such a command.
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  • Needless to say, these businesses are a little coy about this recent bit of history.
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  • However, we found they were a very coy lot.
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  • Apart from the bit you wish to remain coy about, I agree with you wholeheartedly.
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  • The best part for me was dressing up as a local Indian village girl and playing coy with Aamir at twilight.
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  • I think Mother looks most coy doesn't she?
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  • Also most posts tend to mention gloss work and seem to get coy with matt, which is of concern.
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  • Fashionable jargon changes with the seasons, but usually manages to sound coy, mannered, and then after a point, dowdy.
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  • Nintendo always downplays them self's, they act coy.
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  • I will be coy on exactly where I spent the night.
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  • December 2004 Coy Pond Dredging Coy Pond was cleared of some accumulated silt in December.
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  • The final fall of Napoleon in 1815 gave the people of the United Kingdom leisure to think about their possessions at the Ante podes; and in 1817 free settlers commenced to arrive in coy siderable numbers, attracted by the success of Captain Joh i M'Arthur, an officer in the New South Wales Regiment, who had demonstrated that the soil, grass and climate were well adapted for the growth.
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  • Box Out by John Coy is a great easy chapter book for the end of the second grade year.
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  • This true-to-its-name fragrance is an eye-opener: At first sniff, it's deceptively coy, but it quickly opens up to reveal a blend full of personality and vigor.
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  • Another way to see if a teen will like a gift is to suggest the gift in a coy manner.
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  • So, aside from working with superstars like Timberlake and Timbaland, just what else is Paul "Coy" Allen up to?
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  • Pete has denied the pregnancy rumors altogether while Ashlee has remained a little coy on the subject when questioned.
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  • The cabbie asks you several questions that are really just coy ways of allowing you to customize yourself and your village.
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  • Class 4: RAOCYN becomes Crayon, Acorn, Carny, Corny, Rayon, Corn, Cyan, Orca, Yarn, Arc, Can, Car, Con, Coy, Cry, Crony, Ray, Narc and Oar.
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  • If you're feeling coy, pull a piece of bangs down over one eye.
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  • Standing 11½ inches tall, she had a sophisticated look, with dark red lips, arched eyebrows and a coy sideways glance.
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  • Today, they inspire a retro-chic feeling that women flock to when they wish to convey a sexy appearance softened with a hint of coy innocence.
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  • While charming, the ruffle is also slightly coy and sexy, in a very sweet, unassuming way.
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  • This page gives an overview of all articles in the 1911 Brittanica which are alphabetized under Coy to Cri.
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