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- adv. In a dashing manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Conspicuously; showily.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a dashing manner; with dash.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a highly fashionable manner
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Like Bond, Assayas's Carlos comes across as both dashingly glamorous and a bit of a knob.
Her alliance with Fisk allows Josie Mansfield to live a glamorous life, but when she falls for the dashingly handsome Edward Stokes, the resulting blackmail and lawsuits culminate in Stokes's murder of Fisk in broad daylight in the Grand Central Hotel in New York City.
You'd have to understand, first, that her idea of the Devil was that of a dashingly handsome, swarthy man with a naughty boy grin and an ever-present cocktail in hand, probably also smoke curling from a cigar but smelling of cloves.
He was a dashingly handsome young man, not much older than Washington, slender of build with dark eyes and dark hair, who looked born to wear a uniform.
So hurrah for Colin Firth, a triumph for dashingly glamorous yet intellectually solid sense over diamanté-encrusted vulgarity!
He had guts, he had brains and he was dashingly handsome.
Delon, in his breakthrough role, plays the dashingly amoral Ripley with cunning savoir-faire, and Nino Rota's eerie score accentuates his darkest instincts.
Margerie has given the hotel's very fine high end fish restaurant, Bridges, a dashingly playful new look based on the mural by post-war Cobra-man Karel Appel which adorns the entry.
In each episode, using state of the art gizmos and plain old human insight, dashingly photogenic botanists will hunt down horticultural deviants: orchid thieves; rogue pharmers hired by Iran to breach America's food security; identity theft rings hacking into the wireless networks of major retail stores using outdoor fake shrubbery; guerrilla gardeners; Ken Smith and many others.
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