debonnaire


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Adj.1.debonnaire - having a sophisticated charm; "a debonair gentleman"
refined - (used of persons and their behavior) cultivated and genteel; "she was delicate and refined and unused to hardship"; "refined people with refined taste"
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de Mazarin was a very debonnaire prince, and he, who prevented nobody from singing, provided they paid, was not tyrant enough to prevent people from talking, provided they made up their minds to lose.
"I am right glad of it," answered Sir Nigel; "for though it was against my vow to loose him, I deem that he has carried himself like a very gentle and debonnaire cavalier."
Son affabilite debonnaire et sa magnanimite suave sont reconnues et estimees, a juste titre, tant au sein de la Faculte que dans la vie publique.
Labour's Thangam Debonnaire, co-chair of the APPG, said: "Our inquiry has uncovered a concerning postcode lottery in screening uptake, early diagnosis and access to breast cancer services across England.
The collection includes six rich and subdued colors: All The Envy, a bright chartreuse; Phenom, Egyptian blue; To The Core, russet copper; Debonnaire, opaque nude; and Kiss 'ME', a velvet crimson.
Debonnaire et al., "Global longitudinal strain predicts left ventricular dysfunction after mitral valve repair," European Heart Journal--Cardiovascular Imaging, vol.
"The state is particularly vulnerable to Brazil's economic downturn due to its reliance on the automotive and steel sectors," said Paco Debonnaire, an Analyst at Moody's.
La parution de [beaucoup moins que] Tombeza [beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que] Une peine a vivre [beaucoup plus grand que] prolongera ce cri de colere porte par un temperament calme et debonnaire. A l'encontre d'un Boualem Sansal qui etait son ami, il s'est garde, neanmoins, de verser dans l'auto-flagellation et le denigrement des siens.