- 1(Of a man) attractive, adventurous, and full of confidence: a dashing young pilotMore example sentences
- Audiences were also charmed by the elegance of the performers, often young unmarried dashing men.
- Are those historical romances in the Victorian / Regency age about dashing lords and young innocent debutants mere clones of each other?
- A dashing gentleman approached the lovely, dark-haired young woman standing alone by a pillar.
- 1.1Stylish and fashionable: a dashing black fedoraMore example sentences
stylish, smart, elegant, chic, crisp, dapper, spruce, trim, debonair, well dressed, well groomed, well turned out, smartly dressed; tasteful, understated, attractive, flattering, fancy; fashionable, high-fashion, modish, voguish, in vogue, modern, up to date, up to the minute, ultra-modern, contemporary, designer; French à la mode, soigné• informal trendy, in, with it, bang up to date, now, hip, sharp, snappy, snazzy, classy, natty, nifty, dressy, swish• dated as if one had just stepped out of a bandboxBritish • informal , • dated swagger• archaic trig
- I just have to keep reminding myself that anyone can wear a dashing black turban and eyepatch.
- There is a rare Puss-in-Boots, white mohair with a dashing felt feather hat and ruff, black boots, yellow sash and steel sword.
- But what Chinese red is perfect for is trim and accent, those dashing color swaths that bring a room back to life.
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- Lance was dashingly dressed in a slimmin’ tuxedo and looked, dare I say it, rather handsome.
- Alex's parents met when they were eighteen and twenty-three respectively, were engaged three months later, and had a dashingly handsome son by the end of their second year of marriage.
- The couple gave their own twist to the bridal waltz, dashingly executing a tango.