- n. the state of being classy
“What is most disappointing is that we all thought the "classiness" of the organization was because of”
“But still ... looks like they are catering o the OC's love of its own assumed "classiness" and will have wine for your cougar and beer for your boss and candy for Bill McDonald's prey.”
“It would seem the patina of "classiness" that still shrouds "Underpants-Losing-Drunk Island" goes a long way.”
“I see my uncles who I looked to when I was growing up, the classiness, the swagger, the firmness in them.”
“They brought a genuine love and classiness to the material, which, in turn, set the romantic mood at the Birchmere.”
“They brought a genuine love and classiness to the material, which in turn, set the romantic mood at the Birchmere.”
“An example for what “lavish” mean to those who are loaded, the building emphasizes and enhance the laid-back classiness of the Vancouver sea-side paradise.”
“For world classiness one can turn to NYU and Columbia (if one simply cannot leave Manhattan).”
“So, perhaps to bestow gravitas on her, or at least some upper-classiness, the show establishes that she went to Bryn Mawr.”
“Not one of you would ever raise your level of classiness to that if a Republican was sick, would you?”
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