- adj. 靦腆的；忸怩作態的；怕羞的
- vi. 忸怩作態
- vt. 愛撫
- n. （Coy）人名；（法）庫瓦；（英、德、西）科伊
1.She gave me a coy smile.
2.In fact, both men were coy about specific policies.
3.She is coy of singing.
4.Kobe Bryant tried to play it coy with his reaction to winning his first MVP award, saying he had yet to hear anything official from the league.
5.Silverman is coy about the work's current ownership, and the portrait has yet to be shown in public since its re attribution.
6.But the main weakness in the chancellor's plans is that he remains coy about where the spending cuts will be made.
7.The coy smile was still in place, but he wasn't looking at her, and she left dissatisfied.
8.“Wait for a little opening, ” he said, “a little silence, and then he’ll say, he’ll be very coy, he’ll say, ‘Why don’t you tell them?’
9.Opportunity is coy.