dandyish dandyish


  • (adj) affecting extreme elegance in dress and manner



  1. Not that you would guess that from his dandyish youth, which is a period of panting indulgence doing whatever he pleases and to whomever.
  2. By the fall of 1930 the Simpsons were introduced to King George V's slim, somewhat dandyish son David, the Prince of Wales.
  3. All Broadway columnists may be thankful for the public's short memorybut none more so than the New York Daily News's dandyish Danton Walker.


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