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very brisk, alert, and full of high spirits

being or in accordance with the current fashion

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lively and spirited

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marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manners

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A stunning clip set with diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds by Van Cleef & Arpels transforms an Indian arm jewel into a turban ornament, and Mellerio's peacock aigrette set with diamonds and enamelled in blue and green once adorned the turban of the dashingly handsome Maharaja Jagatjit Singh of Kapurthala.
Note to aspiring countesses: dashingly handsome son and heir Gian Luca, a fashion executive, is spoken for.
99) CAT OUT OF HELL is a comedy horror that follows the story of the dashingly handsome talking cat Roger.
You cheer on a dashingly handsome medieval Irish knight as he duels to the death in the name of the Emerald Isle.
The TV presenter has bought the plane with her new partner Graham "Duffy" Duff, a dashingly handsome former Red Arrows squadron leader 14 years her junior, the Mirror reported.
Dashingly performed by award-winning actor Julian Rhind-Tutt, The Black Moth is the unabridged audiobook rendition of Georgette Heyer's debut novel, written when she was only seventeen.
One dashingly calls them "glittering generalities"; another bluntly calls them "self evident lies"; and still others insidiously argue that they apply only to "superior races.
Since the topic of fraternization with American servicemen in occupied Germany is at the heart of the story, the talented and dashingly beautiful actress Hildegard Knef, who resided at the time as a veritable war bride in Hollywood, seemed to be destined for the part.
One of the girls, who must be the youngest, judging by the pronounced triangle of her mound, smooth as a nectarine but with a dashingly drawn slit, even manifests, in what is a very successful show of fearful submission, and in spite of being a virgin, naturally, as are the rest of her companions, the loving consideration of a well-trained young wife: the whip having struck her ass especially hard, the amiable prisoner manages with both her hands chained, to lift the entire back of her dress so as to directly proffer her delicious rounded bottom of whose powers of attraction she appears already aware.
The anticipation is that tomorrow's gig will be rippling with post-bop energy, slickly and dashingly delivered.
The Arabian horse was developed through selective breeding, creating the distinctive head profile (the 'dished' nose) and dashingly high tail carriage.
Without fail, the dashingly European couple that is Erik and Sandra Lindqvist can be found in smartly edited stylings at all of their social engagements.
Dashingly debonair with sweeping flanks and bold rear buttresses, it's one of the French firm's best-looking motors.
Case in point is Raza Hamid, an average Joe with scruff curls and live-in shorts, who she transformed into a dashingly handsome man with relaxed curls, a freshly exfoliated skin, and clothes that enhanced his natural muscle tone.
Not often does big-serving American Roddick have his greatest weapon broken seven times in a match, but the dashingly named Blaz Kavcic from Slovenia showed he had little respect for reputations in his first Roland Garros campaign.