dashing smartness, as in dress or appearance; style.
adjective, swanker, swankest.
stylish or elegant.
verb (used without object)
to swagger in behavior; show off.
(intransitive) to show off or swagger
(Brit) Also called swankpot. a swaggering or conceited person
(mainly US) elegance or style, esp of a showy kind
another word (esp US) for swanky
adjective, swankier, swankiest. 1. elegant or ostentatious; swank. adjective (informal) swankier, swankiest 1. expensive and showy; stylish: a swanky hotel 2. boastful or conceited
noun 1. any of a class of folkloric maidens, in many Indo-European and Asian tales, capable of being transformed into swans, as by magic or sorcery. noun 1. any of a group of maidens in folklore who by magic are transformed into swans
noun (pl) -dris 1. trademark (NZ) an all-weather heavy woollen shirt Also called swannie (ˈswɒnɪ)
verb (used without object) 1. Midland and Southern U.S. Older Use. to swear or declare (used with I): Well, I swan, I never expected to see you here! noun 1. any large aquatic bird of the genera Cygnus and Coscoroba, having a long neck and usually a white plumage: family Anatidae, order Anseriformes 2. (rare, […]