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dandiacal

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Pronunciation: /danˈdʌɪək(ə)l
 
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Definition of dandiacal in English:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of a dandy: Wilson is a dandiacal man about town
More example sentences
  • By mid-career, he was a narcissistic, dandiacal poseur, although Kelly finds it hard to see him as such.
  • In its account of the dandiacal erotic practices of Duc Jean Floressas des Esseintes, the author established a link between aestheticism and decadent behavior.
  • All this playing with words may sound a bit dandiacal and over-egging, so let me say immediately that, in the event, it does not have that effect.

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