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1. Stylishness or elegance.
2. Swagger or pretension.
adj. swank·er, swank·est
intr.v. swanked, swank·ing, swanks
To move or act ostentatiously or pretentiously; swagger.

[Perhaps akin to Middle High German swanken, to swing.]


an ostentatious person
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