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1. She gave him a coy smile.
2. She's very coy about her age.
3. She is modest without being coy.
4. He went all coy when I mentioned her name.
5. She gave a coy smile when he paid her a compliment.
6. The company is coy about revealing its profits.
7. Tania was always coy about her age.
8. She gave him a rather coy look.
9. She gave me a coy smile.
10. Don't be so coy, and I know you'd like to do the job.
11. Mr Alexander is not the slightest bit coy about his ambitions.
12. She gave me a coy look from under her schoolgirl's fringe.
13. Alicia was a little coy about how much the new dress had cost.
14. He was a bit coy when asked about the source of his income.
15. She was a little coy about how much her dress cost.
16. Nobody was even coy about it.
17. Gonzalez was coy about precisely where he's moving.
18. Other potential participants are being coy about their plans.
19. Ben thinks Leah is just being coy.
20. Officials are coy about the details.
21. Perrier's coy advertising, aimed at yuppies everywhere, made bottled water fashionable.
22. But why should Oxford be so coy about a man who may turn out to be one of its most distinguished alumni?
23. Isabella, the next day, is full of coy importance, saying that Catherine must guess her secret.
23. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
24. They are playing appropriately coy, but there are some changes in the way each man approaches the issue.
25. I would make it less coy about its radical tradition Inky fingers!
26. These kinds of hi-how-are-yous can be terribly coy and cumbersome, so I thought it best to cut tothe chase.
27. Ornate dresses and coy looks c. 1900 Jane had to master the eye make-up of the day.
28. She looks up and smiles at him with a sophisticated, coy, deceiving smile.
29. There was no twinkle in her eyes and no coy smile on her lips.
30. And we did court, we took a long time courting, we were coy maidens with each other for weeks.
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