rakish


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marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manners

marked by a carefree unconventionality or disreputableness

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The Audi Rakish Q4 E-Tron may have a regular 48-kWh battery with a maximum driving range of 200 miles and could also have a larger battery version that allows the car to reach 300 miles.
Rakish Bingham raced away on the break and, with Scott Fenwick in support, laid the ball off for the ex-Dunston striker to curl home in style.
It's not going to win any beauty contests but it does look rakish and modern in a way its predecessor didn't.
Few English seaside towns are as well known as Brighton which developed in the eighteenth century from a small fishing village to the most fashionable (and somewhat rakish) seaside resort.
David Stonehouse excels as the rakish Mr Horner whose supposed eunuch situation leads to him being unwisely trusted by other men while he makes hay with their women wives or partners.
Vauxhall design guru Mark Adams says of the car's distinctive appearance: "A blade feature runs from behind the front wheel along the side of the car, further emphasising its taut and rakish lines.
The 207 is bigger in every department although the CC is 75mm lower than the tin-top to give it a more rakish look.
Raffish, rakish Cagliari, Sardinia's down-and-dirty port city, looks set to be catapulted onto the international trophy art museum circuit if Zaha Hadid's latest vision comes to pass.
The young man with the rakish good looks at the right on the front row is Roy Longden and the year is probably pre-war, in the late 1930s.
He soon became known as "a rakish sex symbol who made women swoon."
As a result, and although I have a little way to go, I'm learning to welcome the onset of old age as a chance to wear rakish hats in odd shades of maroon, make inappropriate comments in restaurants and flirt with the window cleaner, even though he's young enough to be my grandson.
Thanks to some rakish front Xenon lights, it might have had even better physical looks.
2 fans of Brazil's national sound climb aboard among bemused and besuited commuters, old samba hands in rakish Panama hats, and bohemian youngsters with drums, cavaquinhos and tambourines.
Maarten, it's a ten-minute flight with memorable views--the calm, turquoise sea, barren volcanic rocks jutting out of the water at rakish angles, ships cruising the Lesser Antilles.
Sets designed by Tony Fanning (for Eugene, Oregon) were brightly colored and at rakish angles, which proved playfully amusing.