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- adj. In the style of a dandy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Like a dandy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like a dandy; of dandy appearance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. affecting extreme elegance in dress and manner
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There is also James Watson Allen, a dandyish motorcyclist who dressed in top hat and tails to ride his Harley-Davidson in an interracial motorcycle club called the Northernites Riders of White Plains.
He's been wearing three-piece suits, looking both dandyish and ultra-modern.
He's been wearing three-piece tweeds, looking both dandyish and ultra-modern.
On Sunday, Garmin—a Boulder, Colo., team known for its strict antidoping stance and its dandyish argyle outfits—captured the team-time trial event.
In a career of more than 20 years, Mr. Hickenlooper directed several other feature films, including "The Man From Elysian Fields" (2002), with Andy Garcia in the role of a failed novelist who goes to work as a male escort for a dandyish boss played by Mick Jagger.
They live in Francophone Africa and affect dandyish dress and a smart lifestyle, at once aping and ridiculing their former European rulers.
The first model swaggered out on to the catwalk with long curly hair wearing a dandyish red frock coat and hat with a jaunty feather poking from it – this seemed like a nod to the label's absent founder.
Dark, dandyish, dashing, brooding – it combined an extraordinary mixture of male arrogance and almost feminine beauty, emphasised by vivid clothes, peacock hairstyles and smouldering glances.
He stunned Parliament as a young MP in the 1770s with his extemporary oratory and dandyish clothes.
We have here the concept of the nineteenth-century dandyish flÃ¢nuer, as first conceptualized by Baudelaire--bourgeois, idle, wealthy--reversed in each of its key elements.