The president was very suave, for so large and strong and hearty a man.
As their suave courtesy smothered him, Martin felt like a footman.
Because he loved her and also was fond of her, he was annoyed when she was less sleek, less suave, than the women he encountered at Angus Duer’s.
Ross McGurk was at the time a man of fifty-four, second generation of California railroad men; a graduate of Yale; big, suave, dignified, cheerful, unscrupulous.
He’s no tougher than—he’s a lot better than the financiers who cover up their stuff by being suave…… Poor devil! I’ll bet right now Clif’s tramping in the rain, saying, ’The one man I ever loved and tried to do things for has turned against me, now he’s—now he has a lovely wife.
Are you still my brother? I was a good cook at the almshouse, wasn’t I!" Had he been suave then and witty, she would not have been greatly interested.
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He plays the role of a suave James Bond type character.
affable, suave, moderate men...smugly convinced of their respectability