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having a sophisticated charm (typically said of a man)
  • He had no doubts at all that someone as debonair and intellectual as General Peckem approved of his smoking with a cigarette holder, even though the two were in each other's presence rather seldom, which in a way was very lucky, Colonel Cathcart recognized with relief, since General Peckem might not have approved of his cigarette holder at all.
    Chapter 19 — Colonel Cathcart (8% in)

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