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New cast members, including the bubbly Teo and dapper dresser Jayden, seem bound to win over viewers just as quickly as their predecessors did.

Watts later became known as a dapper dresser, who except when performing with the Stones, was generally seen wearing tailored suits and tweed jackets.

She and her dapper husband were fixtures on the prewar Washington party circuit.

Despite its lofty price tag and its dapper appearance, the 907X is fun—it feels considerably less formal than its film-based predecessors while turning out extremely high-quality images.

I look forward to the end of the pandemic for a number of reasons, and on that list is to be able to go out again and get my dapper on.

Being dapper is all about attention to detail, like sporting a perfectly tucked handkerchief in your suit pocket.

For the dapper gent whose favorite accessory is a strong cocktail.

When they got together, Culp looked dapper for a man in his late 70s.

He captured a dapper looking student, Jeremy Marek, leaning against the side of his car.

Clearly the dapper con men were not up to speed on all these recent developments.

This was the house-physician, who was to take charge of the case; a young man, handsome and rather dapper.

But here was the editor himself—not merely his photograph: a little man, clad in evening dress, very neat and dapper.

There was Mary, as sweet and beautiful as ever; Mrs. Nast, calm and composed: Doug serene and dapper.

Dr. Rude was a small man, dapper, totally unlike a research chemist, and his speech and manner were as impeccable as his dress.

They took in the dapper Britisher as if he had been a natural history specimen.


On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dapper, such as: classy, dashing, rakish, spry, stylish, and bandbox.

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