adj. Courteous, gracious, and having a sophisticated charm

pronunciation: deb-uh-NAIR

Example: She laughed at the contradictions and said out loud to herself as if she were still talking to the debonair Mr. Raymond Minor, ‘I’ve never thought of leaving the South, never.’ — Ntozake Shange, Ifa Bayeza, Some Sing, Some Cry: A Novel

2 responses to “debonair

  1. Can I please read that novel? You have impeccable taste, by the way. Thank you for sharing. I hope your week brims with love and joy

  2. Ok Im impressed with your music choices…Phoenix is cool, even to someone as old as me. I swear they are the band that did a track for the movie lost in translation…let me find it…

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