dandified dandified


  1. (adj) affecting extreme elegance in dress and manner
  2. (v) dress like a dandy



  1. The Baron, dandified of mien, direct of tongue, appears to have replied that under the circumstances Zaghlul could not become Premier of Egypt.
  2. His successor: dandified Anton Yugov, 52, a home-grown hatchet man who, as Interior Minister in 1945, admittedly executed 2,000 political enemies.
  3. Once regarded as an impetuous, dandified mediocrity, he has become more cautious since he succeeded Gamal Abdel Nasser as President in 1970.


  • "Alexander McQueen's clothes are tailor-made for Burns," says Davidson. "He'd look great in something with a bit of a swagger to it, classic tailoring with an intriguing twist. He'd be working that dandified macho look. I also think he'd be...
    on Jan 23, 2009 By: John Davidson Source: Scotsman

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