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synonyms for exquisites

  • buck
  • cap
  • dandy
  • dude
  • fob
  • fool
  • hinge
  • popinjay
  • exquisite
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How to use exquisites in a sentence

For Loeffler is one of those exquisites whose refinement is unfortunately accompanied by sterility, perhaps even results from it.
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD
He was quite a dandy, or a “macoroni” as the exquisites of that day were called both in London and in the Colonies.
WITH ETHAN ALLEN AT TICONDEROGAW. BERT FOSTER
An exquisite of exquisites, he had never felt the draughts of life or experienced its rude buffetings.
THE BOOK OF ALL-POWEREDGAR WALLACE
My uncle, who is an habitué of Paris, was at the Jockey Club one day, and heard two exquisites talking about them.
THE INTERNATIONAL MONTHLY, VOLUME 2, NO. 4, MARCH, 1851VARIOUS
She would not have been considered ugly, but she might have appeared peculiar to many young exquisites.
THE FORTUNE OF THE ROUGONSEMILE ZOLA
On the other hand, there are exquisites behind the counters, ethereal-looking butchers, and poetic vendors of cooked ham and beef.
THE CHURCHES OF PARISS. SOPHIA BEALE
And, after all, he is not more given to scandal than the exquisites, and is a great deal honester and truer.
THE INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE, VOLUME 2, NO. 2, JANUARY, 1851VARIOUS
Some exquisites were said to have been able to detect the tea made by Luwuh from that of his disciples.
THE BOOK OF TEAKAKUZO OKAKURA
The two exquisites of the morning he saw, to his dismay, were already there.
WILSON'S TALES OF THE BORDERS AND OF SCOTLANDVARIOUS
The Chinese exquisites felt the skirts of the coats of the members of our embassy, and burst out into immoderate laughter.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE--VOLUME 62, NO. 386, DECEMBER, 1847VARIOUS
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