Origin of debonair
OTHER WORDS FROM debonairdeb·o·nair·ly, adverbdeb·o·nair·ness, noun
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How to use debonair in a sentence
Their debonair, celebratory approach to the genre was tailor-made for mass consumption, allowing them to churn out hit after hit.How DMX's It's Dark and Hell Is Hot Changed the Course of Hip-Hop Forever|Andrew R. Chow|April 9, 2021|Time
For seven years now, Jon Hamm's debonair ad exec has been the existential question mark at the center of the series.Jon Hamm on the Final Season of ‘Mad Men’ and the Advice He Got From Bryan Cranston and Tina Fey|Andrew Romano|April 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Vaunted Mad Men star Jon Hamm is the debonair catalyst for “Emotions With Jon Hamm” and “Sad Don Draper.”‘Sherlock’ Star Benedict Cumberbatch’s Polarizing ‘Cumberbitches’|Kevin Fallon|October 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Neal is the charming and debonair criminal I created for the show, played brilliantly by Matt Bomer.‘White Collar’ Creator Jeff Eastin: My Biggest Con|Jeff Eastin|July 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Being a loudmouth, camera-loving, wise-cracking New York Jew who made Chuck Schumer appear debonair was a good start.
Cary Grant at home was more or less the same man the public saw in movies: debonair, decent, and funny.
His gay debonair manner and his ready apology for his own blunder pleased Mrs. Calvert.Dorothy at Skyrie|Evelyn Raymond
He usually wore his pale-grey felt hat at a slight angle, and had the air of the easy-going adventurer, debonair and unscrupulous.The Doctor of Pimlico|William Le Queux
Stella always remained cool and exasperatingly debonair under his rebukes, whereas he felt himself growing hot and awkward.Sinister Street, vol. 1|Compton Mackenzie
The Westerner, answering the questions of his cousin, was at his debonair best.
The debonair lightness of the question could not rob it of its significance.