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suave

(swɑv)
n. personal polish and smoothness. Man, does that guy ever have suave!
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Clooney plays Governor Mike Morris, an insurgent Democratic candidate for president who's like a suaver Howard Dean, one burnished with a few drops of John Edwards's toothsome smarm.
For a look at the Black Forest's suaver, more urbane side I headed north to Baden-Baden, and a casino to impress even James Bond himself.
Indeed, this exhibition made clear that Brauntuch's hand, if not his oblique sense of what constitutes a proper subject, has over the years grown suppler, suaver, and more capacious.
Cinderella never got a suaver prince than Marcelo Gomes, here with a glamorous Julie Kent in James Kudelka's quirky, revisionist version of the ballet.
In some of the earliest, thickened male torsos announce how closely the ambitious Fleming was studying Michelangelo, while suaver, less aggressively modeled bodies suggest the influence of Raphael, sometimes in the same drawing.
The lure of that dream eventually quit him, I suppose, but perhaps not the etiquette that went with it, the craving for a more expansive way of life with different food and suaver drinks.