flair[ flair ]SEE DEFINITION OF flair
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLAIR
There was a flair of vanity in Gaddon that dated back to his English ancestry.
You see, heart counts, and sympathy, and the flair for understanding.
He has the flair of the dealer, not the perception of the amateur.
The Virginian flair for political life was thus early in evidence.
Now Isabelle had a flair for the odd, and she understood her own limitations and her own style.
He is Huysmans's little brother in his flair for disintegrating character.
When he became a producer his flair for stage effect amounted to genius.
He knew that she had writing talent and a flair for tracking down a story.
He loved his morning meetings, and he conducted them with the flair of a benevolent emperor.
His flair was for the championship and interpretation of the "new" men.