Thesaurus / debonair

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The smiling, confident, debonair officer was changed into a stricken, mournful man.

There shall be a wedding to-morrow, but you shall marry me, instead of handsome, debonair Rex.

Daisy BrooksLaura Jean Libbey

The commodore, sparkling and debonair, bowed to the throng and hung his Panama on a fence-post.

The Hallowell PartnershipKatharine Holland Brown

While outwardly he was the same suave, debonair old beau, he was beginning to have inner doubtings and despairs.

StubbleGeorge Looms

He described Philip as the most liberal and debonair of princes; his council in Spain as cruel and sanguinary.

After all, it is something to be debonair, so I must be content.'

A Fair MysteryBertha M. Clay

Surely among the many distractions of London she would forget this debonair scamp who had bewitched her.

The HighgraderWilliam MacLeod Raine

He looked very careless and debonair, and was whistling as he came.

A Bachelor HusbandRuby M. Ayres

If I could have leaped the hedge with a single bound, that would have made a sufficiently dashing and debonair exit.

Dead in hopes they should have written; dead in his debonair heart; dead sick of fighting a losing fight.

Winner Take AllLarry Evans

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