Noun(1) elegance by virtue of being fashionable
Verb(1) display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously
Adjective(1) imposingly fashionable and elegant
(1) It establishes a slush fund to hand out goodies to people who can swank around producing programmes at a cost far in excess of normal commercial rates.(2) He says that in the initial postwar decades, these oases of comfort and architectural swank that sprang up throughout Europe and the Middle East embodied American Utopia.(3) From his swank corner office on the 50th floor, Cuban-born Jose Fernandez really is at the top of his game.(4) Their destination seemed designed for cheer, with a landscaped park, fountains and personalised warmth from across the swank , sweetly scented lobby.(5) I can still remember him running a blue pencil through a draft passage that I was particularly proud of in one of my first books and telling me, kindly but firmly, ├ö├ç├┐That's just swank .├ö├ç├û(6) Excuse the swank , but a film star once worked for me.(7) That is, in Cuba one does not need an elaborate recreation of the age of traditional Cuban son, salsa or jazz - such as the swank event at Zen - to feel the spirit of the music.(8) I guess Chris thought it would be good for us sophisticated city folk, as we must pine for swank when we're not around it.(9) For one last meal we passed up the usual greasy chopstick and went air-conditioned swank .(10) Hot tubs and full kitchens (complete with blenders) round out the swank .(11) The hotel re-emerged in a new, swank avatar which had no space to spare for a plebeian ice cream parlour.(12) The swank apartments, fine restaurants, and posh hotel suites in which the stars spend all their time represent solid luxury rather than obvious Hollywood make-believe.(13) One need only look at a Haring or a Basquiat to see the link between subway car & swank art gallery.(14) It would be an understatement to say that there was no swank .(15) a little money will buy you a good deal of swank(16) The bride looked gorgeous and the reception was very swank .
(1) swink :: swink
2. last word ::
3. chic ::
6. chichi ::
8. ostentate ::
9. flash ::
Different Formsswank, swanked, swanker, swankest, swankily, swanking, swanks, swanky
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