Thesaurus.com
Thesaurus / classy
FEEDBACK

classy

See definition of classy on Dictionary.com

How to use classy in a sentence

Sure, it originated in Europe, where it was a classy affair with artfully arranged salted fish, eggs, breads, and butter.
FAST-FOOD BUFFETS ARE A THING OF THE PAST. SOME DOUBT THEY EVER EVEN EXISTED.MM CARRIGANSEPTEMBER 29, 2020EATER
The Sense comes in, arguably, classier colors with either gray or gold.
FITBIT SENSE REVIEWBRIAN HEATERSEPTEMBER 24, 2020TECHCRUNCH
Plus, fountain pens are undeniably fun to use, with a classy flair reminiscent of quills and ink bottles.
NO-FUSS FOUNTAIN PENS THAT MAKE YOUR NOTE TAKING AND LETTER WRITING MORE ELEGANTPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMSEPTEMBER 15, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
With a classy nickel base and a curved ceramic body that comes in three distinct colors, including a cool rusted orange, this small appliance adds character to a room.
BEDSIDE TABLE LAMPS TO BRIGHTEN YOUR SLEEP SPACEPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMSEPTEMBER 15, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
It is pocket sized and portable, with a classy aluminum design.
LAPTOP DOCKING STATIONS THAT INCREASE YOUR CONNECTION CAPABILITIESPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMAUGUST 25, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
But you'll sure be a knock-out when that she-undertaker in there gets you rigged out in classy clothes.
CHILDREN OF THE WHIRLWINDLEROY SCOTT
A little pretty and tasty no doubt; but very choice and classy—very genteel and high toned indeed.
YOU NEVER CAN TELLGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
Say, I seem to have married a good many of this classy family!
THE CLIMBERSCLYDE FITCH
I don't see where I'm going to come into this classy conversation.
THE CLIMBERSCLYDE FITCH
Yes, I'm negotiating for one of the biggest classy building plots on upper Fifth Avenue.
THE CLIMBERSCLYDE FITCH
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
JULY 28, 2021
Choose the synonym for explosive
volatile

WORDS RELATED TO CLASSY

  • Waspy
  • bourgeois
  • classy
  • collegiate
  • conventional
  • traditional
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

WORD OF THE DAY

Fletcherizeverb (used with or without object) | [flech-uh-rahyz ]SEE DEFINITION