adjective, swank·er, swank·est.
verb (used without object)
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The 140-square-mile island, with only one school and no stoplights, is sustained by tourism to his swank properties.Hawaiian paradise controlled by billionaire Larry Ellison is hit hard by COVID|Verne Kopytoff|November 21, 2020|Fortune
His dream house mostly consists of some pretty swank rooms for playing video games and watching movies, but there is also a chef’s kitchen and pool tucked somewhere into the design.