adjective, suav·er, suav·est.
Words nearby suave
Origin of suave
OTHER WORDS FROM suavesuave·ly, adverbsuave·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for suavely
"I am getting rather old for modification," answered Sir John suavely.
"Just a minute, Mr. McMurray," broke in the architect, suavely.The City and the World and Other Stories|Francis Clement Kelley
He had not lowered himself in any way, but he had suavely trodden her under foot.
"We have known such things to happen here, Santa," said the officer, suavely.A Little Book of Christmas|John Kendrick Bangs
"Very good," said Carleton suavely, as he surveyed the ridiculous incongruity before him.