Adjective(1) Having a cheerful, lively, and self-confident air(2) Having a cheerful(3) Lively(4) And self-confident air(5) Charming(6) Elegant
(1) The debonair stylist was an aficionado of organic produce long before it became fashionable.(2) More often than not, Michael Douglas is known for playing suave, debonair men.(3) Less rugged and robust than debonair and sophisticated, he attracted modern, independent women who appreciated his flair.(4) Which caused Dominic Hamilton, one of the most suave and debonair boys I'd ever met, go absolutely nuts.(5) He was debonair , yet there seemed a sense of fun about him, as though he wasn't bound by the strict rules of his society.(6) He's debonair , smooth, handsome and slim like Moore.(7) He was charming, debonair , and a master of comedic timing.(8) Handsome doesn't even begin to describe how dashing and debonair he looks.(9) One minute you could be all cool and debonair but the moment she enters, your legs turn to jelly.(10) Dressed in a beige, linen Ermenegildo Zegna suit, he was every bit the suave, debonair businessman.(11) He would be handsome, intelligent and debonair , but affable and always approachable, and on top of that he would always be wise, loving and kind.(12) Before me is not the debonair , gentleman writer I had expected but an unshaven, dishevelled man with wild, curly grey hair and frayed clothing.(13) He is supposed to be a charming and debonair ladies man.(14) The debonair , sophisticated singer has tackled so many different styles that he transcends easy classification.(15) The royal equivalent of a Hollywood matinee idol, he was tall, suave, charming and debonair , with the unmistakeable look of his Hanoverian forebears.(16) When I am 71, can I be as suave, good-looking and debonair as the late Sacha Distel?