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suave

Smooth, charming speech, behavior, or personality. An informal noun based on the adjectival meaning of "suave." The dude's got a lot of suave, so he's never had trouble with the ladies. You've got to have suave if you want to stand out in this industry.

suave

(swɑv)
n. personal polish and smoothness. Man, does that guy ever have suave!
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Joe Louis Walker and his band move suavely between menacing, hard rocking electric blues to Memphis Funk and Sunday morning Gospel.
In his meticulous planning of the crime of the century, the charismatic Reynolds is the focal point, played suavely by Luke Evans who, fittingly, steals the show.
The new Nokia Lumia 925 offers a superlative imaging experience enabled by the world's most advanced lens technology, PureView camera and Nokia's next generation imaging software to deliver clearer, sharper pictures and video as well as enhanced low-light imaging -- all packed in a suavely designed, slim and stylish metal-polycarbonate body.
Listeners are suavely persuaded of the pervasive presence of a smell of coffee and incense.
Suavely indifferent to me, Raimey and the other players sprang to their feet, Raimey last, and jogged off to their huddles, turf flying off the great back's cleats.
And we know that racism is alive and writhing like a scorched snake that slides slyly beneath the surface--venomous and vicious, speaking with forked tongue--dangerous and destructive-- wearing the many respectable faces of evil and deceit suavely like a new designer suit.
What makes the show work, mostly, is the creepy tone (Fuller's preoccupation with death was put on comic display in Pushing Daisies) and Mikkelsen's suavely understated take on Letter, whose eerie sense of calm and reassuring manner make plausible the notion of such deep-seated evil hiding in plain sight, much like the antihero at the center of Dexter.
Horses can't balance all, bring all to mind, conclude that their time has passed and exit suavely stage left.
So, a little forward planning is needed to ensure, one remains, suavely and smugly warm at all outdoor events this "summer".
But undoubtedly Boyle's greatest coup was persuading the Queen to make her film debut at Buckingham Palace with Daniel Craig as a suavely attired James Bond.
Here's him suavely dropping some Chopin; watch the right hand:
Lyricism is at the heart of everything he sings, so "Deh, vieni alla finestra" and Leporello's "Madamina" were also ideal vehicles for his talent, the former suavely seductive, the latter bubbling over with good humor.
Even the most suavely attired gentlemen who arrived without the appropriate neck wear were required to cough up 15 euros (19.33 dollars) for a standard-issue black bow tie before being allowed entry to the famous cinema on the French Riviera.
He is also a composer of minimalist electronic music, and there is something distinctly musical about the pace of this story, as Phillips moves it suavely along, developing thematic harmonies here and there, adding grace notes tactfully, modulating its volume, pitch, and timbre.
In my selective, self-serving memory, I answered suavely: Tell her to preempt at will and I'll consider it.