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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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This truly amazing viewing platform, as well as the rest of the hotel, is housed in an old grain mill transformed into one of Venice's swankiest properties.
As buyers head to one of London's swankiest addresses today for the sale, the words of one of the agents may be ringing in their head: "Rest assured the launch in London will not be as chaotic as in Dubai - but the returns will be just as good.
SPiN Dubai will be the sexiest and swankiest Ping-Pong lounge and nightclub in the world; complete with a gold-plated Ping-Pong table.
TOP chefs from some of the swankiest restaurants in Wales, London and beyond will be cooking up a storm for a children's charity.
IAN POULTER and 2010 winner Graeme McDowell are the two members of Europe's winning Ryder Cup squad taking on the Yanks in the World Challenge at Sherwood Country Club in one of the swankiest parts of California.
It has one of the swankiest bathrooms in the city, with a floating limestone bathtub and double shower with eight spigots and two rainwater nozzles, which runs the length of the home with views of lower and midtown ManhaRan.
It has a theatricality more suited to the swankiest houses or finest hotels.
The range would fill a gap for an offer that "tastes and looks as good as those made at the swankiest bars", the company said.
A WOMAN was glassed in the face during a bank holiday brawl in one of Tyneside's swankiest nightclubs.
What does an owner get for buying into one of the swankiest buildings in the British capital?
BRINGING together the best of traditional rural living and mod cons that wouldn't be out of place in the swankiest of up-town pads, Emmia House is quite an arresting sight.
Generally Asia is about being the biggest, the best, the swankiest, the tallest, the richest.
Situated on the site of Liverpool's oldest bank building, dating back to 1799, the hotel offers 35 rooms and the Noble House Restaurant, a separate company which was named by OK magazine as "Liverpool's swankiest new eaterie".
Now Margaret Cant's famous clootie dumpling is being served up in one of Scotland's swankiest cafes - and orders for the classic suet pudding are flooding in.
There's no hanky or panky involved and it gets me out of the house and into the swankiest functions Cardiff has to offer.