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suave

(swɑv)
n. personal polish and smoothness. Man, does that guy ever have suave!
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It is a display of consummate suaveness that does indeed ``razzle dazzle `em''.
Their curvilinearity gives the works body, even as it reaffirms the suaveness of her lines.
Lowe-Porter's "evening too was rarely lovely" manages with suaveness German that employs a conventional lyrical vocabulary by design.
It is so bald a story that, after one or two brief essays in verse, it demands to be told in prose - a crisp, novelistic prose with all of Hass's eye for odd detail but none of his suaveness.
He said of his character: "He's a celebrity of the time so there is a confidence about him and a suaveness.
Foreign secretary Rao (@ ForSecNRao), given her suaveness, may not get into any kind of controversy, nor did she initially show any inclination to tweet anything apart from her official travel schedule.
This sassy guide to suaveness oozes comprehensive, chuckle-inducing advice on how trendy blokes should look and act socially, at work, in the urban environment and in relationships.
Oh, for the subtlety of Fry's Turkish Delight "full of Eastern promise" and the suaveness of the Cadbury's Milk Tray man going through all sorts of dangers in order to leave a box of chocolates on the bedside table.
Froman early age, there was a steady slog towards suaveness.
What a different samovar of sturgeon were Rachmaninov's Symphonic Dances to conclude this dream of a programme, Sinaisky's assiduous direction delving to reveal suaveness, barbarism, nostalgia and regret in this muscular reading.