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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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Citroen's use of high-quality interior materials points towards a classier, more refined cabin - there's even an integrated air-freshener.
Now you can see the Elsevier name in even classier surroundings--on a frieze of great names of publishing on the Hotel du Cercle de la Librairie on boulevard Saint Germain in Paris.
The result is a classier and more distinctive appearance from a vehicle that's now as exciting to look at as it is to drive.
Apart from being greener, they also look a lot classier than plastic
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.
1): I do agree that men look much classier in suits than in sweatpants, pajamas and other casual attire.
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.