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- adv. In a dandy way.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the manner or style of a dandy; as a dandy; foppishly; daintily.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a dandy manner
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Intrigued, I checked out the trailer for the film, which contains lots of dandily-dressed fellows doing those elephant trunk skids in picturesque settings.
He was a hideous little man with eyes like pins, shaggy eyebrows, a nose that swelled at the end and was pinched by the sharpest of pince-nez, cheeks that hung white and loose except when he was hungry or angry, and then they were tight and red, a little body rather dandily dressed with
He was a dandily rigged-out fellow, young and lusty, and all healthy from the land and land victual, and he looked round him with a sneer at our sea-tatteredness, and with a fine self-confidence.
In fact, he owns a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado, dandily equipped with four cigarette lighters and a bottle of perfume from Paris.
Kerry Collins has filled in just dandily for the AWOL Vince Young.
Essentially, this is one movie in three parts: a very wacky, oddly toned prologue, a dandily entertaining body and a handsomely mounted, but almost unnecessary coda.