Definition of gent
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At the table sit two young gents who are the final word in flamboyant haberdashery.
Four other gents, including two drummers and a keyboardist who played a honking Clarence Clemonsian saxophone, piled on the volume and exuberance until every Bleachers song felt like a bear-hug anthem made of neurotic joy and overthought hope.
DJ Khaled posted a video of the stylish gents in their looks for fans to gush over.
Enninful is a visionary image maker, lovely guy, and general gent.
Chambers was backed by two gents in their early 20s, guitarist Brandon Dodd and drummer Josh Dufficy who, back in Australia, perform as the roots/blues duo Grizzlee Train, who performed a song of their own.
Get ready to start cooking with peaches, ladies and gents, because Too Faced Cosmetics is dropping a peach-infused setting powder.
In Hollywood, a senior gent has hit the point where his rent and income are one and the same.
This was the golden era for ocean travel: when ladies wore floor-length ball gowns, sometimes with parasols in hand, and gents donned flared frock-coats that gave them an hour-glass figure, a style inspired by Prince Albert.
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Origin and Etymology of gent
First Known Use: 1564See Words from the same year
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