dandy

Part of speech: adjective

Like a dandy.

Part of speech: noun

A man fastidious in dress and affected in manner; a fop.

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Usage examples "dandy":

  1. He's a dandy to rub it into an Injun, don't you think? - "The Captain of the Gray-Horse Troop", Hamlin Garland.
  2. " She's a dandy girl," said McCarthy, generously. - "Jimmy Kirkland and the Plot for a Pennant", Hugh S. Fullerton.
  3. Behold an up- to- date dandy, says a writer of the epoch; all extremes meet in him. - "Balzac", Frederick Lawton.