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suave

(swɑv)
n. personal polish and smoothness. Man, does that guy ever have suave!
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I suavely swiped one from the tray, as James Bond would have done, and headed into the throng.
No matter how suavely the defence minister chooses to dismiss the warnings of the Chinese army, the scars of the '62 war are yet to heal.
There is no distortion at high volume levels from mobile devices, the the speaker itself is well made and suavely designed to please discerning buyers.
The film provides plenty of room for Cary Grant to showcase his particular brand of comic debonair as he suavely sidesteps one life-threatening situation after the next, all the while smitten by a smouldering Eva Marie Saint.
Of course, sexy, Bambam, the Thai member of the septet, suavely answered the question during their press conference at the Gateway Cinema 5.
Irish Casanova suavely eased his way to his climactic question.
Emilie suavely updates their vintage Hammond organ-centred sound, Let The Good Times Be Never Ending is a radiant blast of euphoria and the spacey closer Lot To Say maps hi-tech heaven.
Joe Louis Walker and his band move suavely between menacing, hard rocking electric blues to Memphis Funk and Sunday morning Gospel.
In his meticulous planning of the crime of the century, the charismatic Reynolds is the focal point, played suavely by Luke Evans who, fittingly, steals the show.
The new Nokia Lumia 925 offers a superlative imaging experience enabled by the world's most advanced lens technology, PureView camera and Nokia's next generation imaging software to deliver clearer, sharper pictures and video as well as enhanced low-light imaging -- all packed in a suavely designed, slim and stylish metal-polycarbonate body.
Listeners are suavely persuaded of the pervasive presence of a smell of coffee and incense.
Suavely indifferent to me, Raimey and the other players sprang to their feet, Raimey last, and jogged off to their huddles, turf flying off the great back's cleats.
And we know that racism is alive and writhing like a scorched snake that slides slyly beneath the surface--venomous and vicious, speaking with forked tongue--dangerous and destructive-- wearing the many respectable faces of evil and deceit suavely like a new designer suit.
What makes the show work, mostly, is the creepy tone (Fuller's preoccupation with death was put on comic display in Pushing Daisies) and Mikkelsen's suavely understated take on Letter, whose eerie sense of calm and reassuring manner make plausible the notion of such deep-seated evil hiding in plain sight, much like the antihero at the center of Dexter.
Horses can't balance all, bring all to mind, conclude that their time has passed and exit suavely stage left.