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swanky

(ˈswæŋki)
mod. classy; ritzy. This place is too swanky. I like to eat where I can pronounce the names of the food.
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The swankier hotels are mostly situated along the river, and include the luxurious Winter Palace, a faded bastion of colonial elegance.
Some Egyptians have turned out to be swankier than ever before.
Treating myself to a trip to Abu Dhabi from Dubai last weekend, I approached the check-in desk at one of the capital's swankier hotels.
Overlooking Berkeley Street, the lounge area is perfect for some lighter dining options, or you can take your time in the elegant surroundings of the restaurant proper, which must surely give some of the swankier Mayfair restaurants a pretty good run for their money.
With cutting-edge technology powering on, wall and floor tiles are now swankier and of better quality.
We found our way to Starhill Mall Gallery, among the swankier malls in KL, where the keyword was 'watches'.
I don't think having a swankier phone makes you a riskier teen.
Back then the pubs closed in the afternoons and women were generally left with their G&Ts in the swankier lounge bar with copper tables and maybe a Space Invaders machine, if we were lucky.
The bleached-out, bewigged Dogpatch Diva is a mere souvenir in auction terms, but she's a better fit for Crystal Bridges than ostensibly swankier antiques like Liz or Marilyn.
Everyone can catch up where hardware is concerned, tomorrow will always be swankier, but if you get your service right that will stand the test of time.
There might be swankier Michelin-star Indian restaurants in London but the capital comes a poor second when it comes to range, particularly when mapped against population size.
There are all kinds of 'eateries', a bit pricier and swankier than at other stations, but Camden Food Company and Pret A Manger are both pretty good for relatively inexpensive, relatively unpretentious soups and sandwiches.
Though the decor isn't fancy, the aroma that wafts across when you walk in is something that swankier places do not have.