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Definition of Debonairness

Debonairness
Debonairness Deb`o*nair"ness, n. The quality of being debonair; good humor; gentleness; courtesy. --Sterne.

Meaning of Debonairness from wikipedia

- Debonair is an Indian monthly men's magazine, originally modelled after Playboy. Debonair was founded in 1973. Its first issue was published in April...
- The Mitsubishi Debonair (****anese 三菱・デボネア) is a four-door luxury car, introduced by Mitsubishi Motors in 1964 to serve as their flagship p****enger vehicle...
- Debonair or debonaire may refer to: Debonair (airline), a British airline that operated from 1996 to 1999 Debonair (magazine), an Indian men's magazine...
- Debonairs Pizza is a South African based pizza restaurant chain franchise founded in 1991 by Craig McKenzie and Andrew Harvey. McKenzie came up with the...
- Debonair (1996-99) is a defunct British airline which operated mainly from London Luton Airport offering flights to and from Spain, France, Germany and...
- comprised the Bonanza family: Model 35 Bonanza (1947–1982; V-tail) Model 33 Debonair (1959–1995; later renamed Bonanza, a Model 35 with a conventional tail)...
- Debonair Magazine may refer to: Debonair Magazine (U.S.), an American men's fashion magazine Debonair (magazine), an Indian magazine modeled on Playboy...
- Debonair Dancers is a 1986 short American do****entary film produced by Alison Nigh-Strelich. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Do****entary...
- Star of the Year Bangalore Days, Vikramadithyan Audi RITZ Icon Awards DebonairFilmfare Awards Best Actor Njaan Nominated Best Debut (Male) Vaayai Moodi...
- wrote J. B. Priestley. Lord Esher wrote that Edward VII was "kind and debonair and not undignified—but too human". 9 November – 8 December 1841: His Royal...
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