EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The three halls were strewn with bicycles, gun cases in their last phase, sticks decrepit or dandified.
Fred is dandified, keenly fond of the social interests of the day and of the other sex.
John Thomas said little against his politics; he just set the crowd laughing at his ways—his dandified ways.
Surely she couldn't care for a man she had only known a month, and such an affected, dandified fellow, too?
Nowhere else has he been so dandified, so coddled, so spoiled.
The oculist as though dismissing the dandified man from his mind turned to address Beaut.
His style of dress was what, in an inferior man, one would have called 'dandified.'
It was too great a wealth of whisker, its satin, glossy flow of too dandified a precision.
Fancy a Boston publisher going about his business tricked up in this dandified dress—a true New England jessamy.
Had he not always hated and despised these dandified caricatures of men?