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suave

(swɑv)
n. personal polish and smoothness. Man, does that guy ever have suave!
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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.
But in Wood's second version of the story, Arensberg suavely defends Mutt with these words: "A lovely form has been revealed, freed from its functional purpose, therefore a man clearly has made an aesthetic contribution.
The splendidly adept cast was either French by birth or idiomatically Francophone, four of them veterans of William Christie enterprises: basso Bernard Deletre as a suavely commanding Alphonse; soprano Claire Debona as a clear-voiced, ungimicky Delphine (I'd never heard her lines more prominent in the Cosi ensembles, and she rose nobly to her elevated status as the catalyst of Les femmes); tenor Jeffrey Thompson, when he wasn't miming aggressively in the Mozart, singing neatly as her husband in the Philidor; and mezzo, Blandine Staskiewicz as a notably handsome-voiced Dorabelle.
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.
Horses can't balance all, bring all to mind, conclude that their time has passed and exit suavely stage left.
I say B ," he suavely began, "do you mind lending me my button stick and brushes - when you have finished with them?
So, a little forward planning is needed to ensure, one remains, suavely and smugly warm at all outdoor events this "summer".
But undoubtedly Boyle's greatest coup was persuading the Queen to make her film debut at Buckingham Palace with Daniel Craig as a suavely attired James Bond.
Even the most suavely attired gentlemen who arrived without the appropriate neck wear were required to cough up 15 euros (19.
I asked, like any old politician suavely trying to make talk.
He is also a composer of minimalist electronic music, and there is something distinctly musical about the pace of this story, as Phillips moves it suavely along, developing thematic harmonies here and there, adding grace notes tactfully, modulating its volume, pitch, and timbre.
Finally, as there in majestic silence she stood, I suavely offered up something on the order of, "Uh, very nice, yes, but .
She sketches those buried secrets with the lightest of touches, playing suavely as she does so upon notions of novelistic teleology and readerly anticipation.