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sartorial
American English: /sɑrˈtɔriəl/
British English: /sɑːˈtɔːrɪəl/

adjective

  • [liter or hum]renowned for his sartorial elegance
    famoso por su elegancia en el vestir
    Example sentences
    • Do you know a businessman who turns heads as he strides the city's sidewalks in his perfectly tailored sartorial elegance?
    • Patients prefer doctors to dress in a semiformal style, but when accompanied by a smiling face it is even better, suggesting a friendly manner may be more important than sartorial style.
    • I've dressed up a bit in deference to Evans's sartorial elegance.

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