suave

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Related to suavest: patronizing, tentativeness, seemliest

suave

(swɑv)
n. personal polish and smoothness. Man, does that guy ever have suave!
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Last night's disastrous attempt at making an advert for tissues led to the suavest gent on the box getting the boardroom boot.
HE IS undoubtedly Britain's suavest former drainpipe-layer, who started his working life as a publisher's tea boy, quenching the thirst of our leading writers.
To Catch a Thief" may not have been Alfred Hitchcock's deepest film, but it is a delightfully entertaining souffle, with Cary Grant at his suavest and Grace Kelly at her coolest in the story of a reformed cat burglar who's suspected of heisting some jewels.
He said: "Maybe I'm not the prettiest Bond that's ever been and maybe I'm not the suavest.
Van Dyck, who met her in her old age on his Italian travels, later imitated her costume in the suavest of his English portraits.
MOVIE legend Cary Grant has been voted the suavest star of all time.
His career has included more than a few comedies and some deservedly memorable roles, like Lord Summerisle in cult classic The Wicker Man and the suavest Bond baddie of them all, Scaramanga in The Man With The Golden Gun.
Even Big Daddy Kane, the suavest rapper, always had a song about uplifting his people.
Brent Barrett, perhaps the sexiest, suavest and most vocally rich of the many Billy Flynns who have oozed their way through this revival, is in delicious form in a return engagement.
99) is director Alfred Hitchcock at his glossiest, Cary Grant at his suavest, and Grace Kelly and the French Riviera at their most glamorous--an irresistible combination.
Donning the required costume of cloak and tights will make it more a case of Spanish thighs than Spanish eyes for TV soap's suavest cook.