Thesaurus / panache

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They love to see races won with panache, which basically means our gut instinct.

Those who stood near called it his panache, and said it was miracle-working.

The White Plumes of NavarreSamuel Rutherford Crockett

Where two colors are used they are panache; if three, they are neapolitan.

She was arrayed in a panache, or head-dress, made entirely of the plumage of the Quezale, the royal bird of Quiche.

Panache, pa-nash′, n. a plume of feathers, used as a head-dress.

They all wore the emblem of royalty, which I at once recognized in the panache of Quezale plumes that graced their heads.

The ear-flaps are hinged at the sides, and at the base of the skull is fixed the Panache, or plume-holder.

Armour & WeaponsCharles John Ffoulkes

The panache is literally a high plume, or bunch of plumes, that waves high above a commander's head-gear.

Cyrano de BergeracEdmond Rostand

Thereupon he arose, and transferred the panache from his head to Hualpas.

The Fair GodLew Wallace

It is better to make friends with it--to turn it into a kind of panache--to wear it with an air, since wear it we must.

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