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There have been the stories from his friends, about the suave photos he insisted on taking at their senior prom or the way he danced alone, unfazed, to a song that nobody else found entertaining enough.
This little light could be the difference between looking suave and sharp on your next big date or unfortunately under-groomed.
But although Turner has exaggerated the ruggedness of Hindhead in his picture, the place is not at all gracious or suave.
He came out to Jess Morse immediately, smiling and bowing like the suave storekeeper he was.
But the voice of this comfortable, suave-looking missionary by no means matched his appearance.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
Nothing can be more suave, piquant, and picturesque than the wild and primitive melodies of the songs of Scotland.
His eyes smiled at her, suave, deprecating, delighted eyes and recklessly observant.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR
Pay it to-day, or to-morrow, was the suave reply accompanied by a wave of the hand to indicate the ultimatum.
THREE LITTLE WOMENGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
The irresistible contrast with the suave gray fittings of the directors' room flooded him.
MOUNTAINCLEMENT WOOD
His thrust was so suave, as well as sharp, that the spoiled monarch himself accepted admonition from that courageous cleverness.

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