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classy

mod. elegant; dandy. How much does a classy car like this cost?

classy-chassis

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n. a really fine and stimulating woman’s body. (see also chassis.) She has one fine, classy-classis.
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New Zealand will have to keep him as quiet if they are to gain victory but with a more settled and classier squad there looks to be no reason to desert RPSPORT's outright pick at the final hurdle.
After a few relapses, she's still brunette and we think she looks much classier for it.
Inside, there are tweaks to the seats to make them more versatile, while the front console gets a classier look thanks to resculpturing, greater use of aluminium and ambient lighting.
Having struggled against much classier opposition last time, the seven-year-old is back down to something like his ideal level and a strong challenge is expected from him.
There were campy soaps like Dallas and Dynasty and classier programs like Upstairs, Downstairs and Middlemarch.
The new Mastro's Steakhouse in Thousand Oaks is definitely classier than any other Valley-area restaurant.
Actually Friends With Money is much classier than that sounds.
Masterfoods hopes to give hot chocolate a classier image and make it a more appealing alternative to coffee or tea.
Strangely, from a pure comfort perspective, the classier the joint, the colder it was-ranging from 68 in Bergdorf-Goodman up to 80 in Old Navy.
Replacing plain white tiles in kitchens and bathrooms for something a bit classier can be extremely expensive.
Not perhaps as profound as 'To Be or Not To Be' but, fragrance wise, classier than one might expect.
The Brendan Powell-trained gelding has run only four times over fences but has put in an eyecatching performance more than once and it might not be long before he is taking on classier company than he meets in the Hamilton Litestat Handicap Chase.
I'd aimed at attracting a slightly classier clientele but only seem to be attracting old men in big coats requesting my extra large baps.
Prop up this summer's bestsellers or display fine literary tomes with trompe l'oeil painted wooden bookends that look a lot classier than their price indicates.
Nobody had a classier, spinning single-wing offense and nobody had a loftier perception of life in the Ivy League.