What I thought was that at your age I was dandified too about my clothing.
Had he not always hated and despised these dandified caricatures of men?
Nowhere else has he been so dandified, so coddled, so spoiled.
Women would rave about him; men would think him finical and dandified.
Altogether he looked the most dandified of savages, and the most savage of dandies.
There are court ladies, actors, and dandified young gallants.
He was a thin, rather handsome, dissolute-looking fellow of middle height and about forty, in dandified dress.
Next tohim was a dandified appearing man who was very slight and thin of form but affected the dress and manners of extreme youth.
It proved to be the dandified old doctor, who wore gloves to protect his hands and a broad-rimmed straw hat to shade his face.
Fred is dandified, keenly fond of the social interests of the day and of the other sex.