dashingly


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Related to dashingly: endearingly

dash·ing

 (dăsh′ĭng)
adj.
1. Audacious and gallant; spirited: a dashing young actor.
2. Marked by showy elegance; splendid: a dashing sports car.

dash′ing·ly adv.
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Adv.1.dashingly - in a highly fashionable manner; "he was dashingly handsome"
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dashingly

[ˈdæʃɪŋlɪ] ADV [behave] → gallardamente, arrojadamente; [dress] → garbosamente
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He would meet the girl again on the promenade, he told himself, dashingly renew the acquaintance, show her that he was not the gaping idiot he had appeared.
The shaft-horse, with his tightly bound tail under his decorated breechband, galloped smoothly and briskly; the smooth road seemed to run rapidly backwards, while the driver dashingly shook the reins.
Trained by Noel Meade and dashingly ridden by Sean Flanagan, 8/1 shot Road To Respect spear-headed a remarkable 1-2-3 for the maroon and white in the Leopardstown Christmas Chase, beating Balko Des Flos (66/1) and last year's winner Outlander (16/1) in a race which saw both Sizing John and Yorkhill flop.
The region's towns and its dashingly handsome capital, Dijon, boast an architectural heritage that dates back to the Middle Ages.
Abdul is dashingly handsome, bejewelled and dressed in finery inviting the audience's ogling.
He's also dashingly dressed, performing at one point in a white bow tie and tails.
He came from a very wealthy family, was a gifted athlete and dashingly handsome.
Manchester United head to Bournemouth in the earlier kick-off, with both sides having spent dashingly this summer - though United's shopping trolley weighs in PS80million heavier, plus they got a free king-size Zlatan.
The first film was about Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller), the dashingly good-looking male model blessed with the brains of a pea who became a hero through blunt stupidity.
She's ideally matched by rising Belgian star Schoenaerts, who's as dashingly refined here as he was viscerally brooding in his breakout roles in "Rust and Bone" and "Bullhead.
LOS ANGELES -- Louis Jourdan, the dashingly handsome Frenchman who starred in ''Gigi,'' ''Can-Can,'' ''Three Coins in the Fountain'' and other American movies, has died.
T As he sits before us, more comfortably and rather dashingly dressed in a tartan blazer teamed with a dark T-shirt, he admits he feels shirt, he admits he feels T as qualified to be the next Sir Bradley Wiggins as he does to be the new host of a US TV chat show.