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classy

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adjective \ˈkla-sē\

Simple Definition of classy

  • : having qualities that make someone or something special and attractive

  • : showing impressive character : very good, kind, etc.

Full Definition of classy

class·i·erclass·i·est

  1. :  having or showing class: as a :  elegant, stylish <a classy clientele> b :  having or reflecting high standards of personal behavior <a classy guy> <a classy gesture> c :  admirably skillful and graceful <a classy outfielder>

class·i·ness noun

Examples of classy

  1. the classiest nightclub in Madrid

  2. The spa boasts some very classy clients.

  3. Donating her salary bonus to charity was a really classy thing to do.



1891

First Known Use of classy

1891



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