- v dress like a dandy
- s affecting extreme elegance in dress and manner
- The Baron, dandified of mien, direct of tongue, appears to have replied that under the circumstances Zaghlul could not become Premier of Egypt.
- The phrase fin-de-sicle has long stood for a filleted sort of consciousness: the epicine, misty, dandified transcendentalism and caf demonolatry whose sturdier ancestors were .
- His successor: dandified Anton Yugov, 52, a home-grown hatchet man who, as Interior Minister in 1945, admittedly executed 2,000 political enemies.
- John Davidson in Scotsman
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...