- n the quality of being bland and gracious or ingratiating in manner
- Von Blow is said to be a man of great wit and charm, but his cosmopolitan suaveness and reputed right-wing views have not appealed to all.
- I was so impressed with his suaveness and intellect, the minute I looked at him I knew he was an extremely outstanding person.
- She is even touched by Charlie's perplexed devotion, his doomed itch for pop stardom, his '50s suaveness that plays like '80s nerdity.
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- Emma Watson Appears on the Cover of Elle
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- John Bolton in DailyIndia.com
Many Brits believed that their role in life was to play Athens to America's Rome, lending us the benefit of their superior suaveness, and smoothing off our regrettable colonial rough edges,Bolton writes.
- John Charles McQuaid in Irish Times
The suaveness of the treatment of flesh and cloth here, and especially the artist's attraction to the satiny sheet of the striped drape, remind us that at the outset of his career - in instances such as the wet-and-dry wood floor and curled... Kirk Varnedoe http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirk_Varnedoe&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNE7wXuJUsJ8NE7xzjqKJxPTszcUGQ PR Web (press release) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.prweb.com/releases/2009/02/prweb2172374.htm&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHezAcnoK3LaKbY9FfEMwfTOwBhcQ Feb 25, 2009
95749 127056 suavity For instance, a contemporary description of archbishop of Dublin John Charles McQuaid, described him as a man of great energy, ability and (as far as personal contact was concerned) suavity and charm . . . the most prominent of his aims was to make...