suaveness

[ swah-vi-tee, swav-i- ]SEE DEFINITION OF suaveness

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Gone was the suaveness, the customary polite mockery; it was frank, open, genuinely pleasant.

Yet, at the same time, his mood had a charming reality—the suaveness of Andrs Escobar.

You see, he is a particularly obnoxious specimen of his race; all suaveness, treachery, and remorseless energy.

There was none of the suaveness, the delicate responsiveness of her late host at Porchester House.