Jaeger had just been released from a jail term for a scandalous book he had written and confronts the viewer debonairly
with the confidence of a true cosmopolite.
It was a nail-biter, but Charlie Offenbacher's victory left him acting debonairly
Due to the inspired concept and casting, the wonderful passages featuring Grant as the debonairly
rumpled new head of state are bound to he the most remarked upon, especially in Britain.
99) is a swashbuckling board game that will harken players back to Treasure Island or Errol Flynn debonairly
dueling with Basil Rathbone on the quarterdeck of a corsair on the Spanish Main.
He sits sideways next to her, legs in dark-red rubbery-looking slacks debonairly
Chaucer narrates that Troilus looks only at Pandarus, not Criseyde: "And up his look debonairly
he caste, / And bekked on Pandare, and forth he paste" (2.