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  • She hinted, with debonair regret, that she was not too popular with the superintendent of nurses; she meant to be good but somehow she was always dragged into rebellions connected with midnight fudge or elopements.
  • In the midst of her debonair insults to the hugest of the huge sons, Martin turned on her: "You ARE my sister!"

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  • handsome and debonair
  • Love thy neighbor - and if he happens to be tall, debonair and devastating, it will be that much easier.
    Mae West

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