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Debonnaire

adjective
1.
Having a sophisticated charm.  Synonyms: debonair, debonaire, suave.






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"Debonnaire" Quotes from Famous Books



... Osberne to Stephen and said: "Thou, Stephen, art more in the heart of my redes than any man else, and thou art both a wise man as I deem, and a proven champion: so if I leave thee here in my skin, wilt thou do the best for me, and be debonnaire with Master Nicholas here and with my grandam, and kind to all the folk?" Said Stephen: "I will do my best thereto, and will pray this of the folk, that they will not hate me because I am not thou." At that word all they gave him a welcome ...
— The Sundering Flood • William Morris

... French debonnaire captain, who came dancing down the street, showed me it was the easiest thing in the world: for, popping in betwixt us, just as the lady was returning back to the door of the Remise, he introduced himself to my acquaintance, and before he had ...
— A Sentimental Journey • Laurence Sterne



Words linked to "Debonnaire" :   debonair, refined



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