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  • s  affecting extreme elegance in dress and manner

  • Not that you would guess that from his dandyish youth, which is a period of panting indulgence doing whatever he pleases and to whomever.
  • By the fall of 1930 the Simpsons were introduced to King George V's slim, somewhat dandyish son David, the Prince of Wales.
  • Nkunda is a man who manages his appearance carefully, cutting a tall and slightly dandyish figure in combat fatigues, a purple beret and gold-rimmed glasses, and carrying a black .

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