She was for the first time invited up-stairs, and found the suave old woman sewing in a white and mahogany room with a small bed.
She had been attracted only by hands that were fine and suave, like those of her father.
They who had not been entirely afraid (but merely careful and sneaky), all the barber-shop roues and millinery-parlor mondaines, how archly they were giggling (this second—she could hear them at it); with what self-commendation they were cackling their suavest wit: "You can’t tell ME she ain’t a gay bird; I’m wise!"
There are no more uses of "suave" in the book.
Show samples from other sources
He plays the role of a suave James Bond type character.
affable, suave, moderate men...smugly convinced of their respectability