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classy

[ klas-ee, klah-see ]
/ ˈklæs i, ˈklɑ si /
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adjective, class·i·er, class·i·est.Informal.
of high class, rank, or grade; stylish; admirably smart; elegant.
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Origin of classy

First recorded in 1890–95; class + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM classy

class·i·ly, adverbclass·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for classy

classy
/ (ˈklɑːsɪ) /

adjective classier or classiest
informal elegant; stylish

Derived forms of classy

classily, adverbclassiness, noun
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