“We have undercover security,” says Vincent Zurzolo, the suave man in the blue suit in booth 2630 of New York Comic Con.
Stamos plays a suave dentist dating the adorably neurotic Emma (Jayma Mays), much to the consternation of Will (Matthew Morrison).
The cool guys finally have their own pad, full of the doodads and gizmos to support the suave bachelor life.
The suave and sophisticated Romney proposed to his wife, Ann, at his high school prom.
From suave Jack Ryan to smarmy Eugene Kittridge, potential candidates for America's next top spook.
Perhaps the lack of enthusiasm in his manner was puzzling, but the suave official paid no heed.
He was dignified and suave and gracious, also persuasive when he chose to be.
This man Bolitho had created a new atmosphere in the court; his suave, almost smiling, features had changed.
The handsome Cardinal was suave, courtly, regretful, but firm.
His face now was mask-like, and his voice was suave and even as he addressed the officer.
early 15c., "gracious, kindly," from Middle French suave, from Latin suavis "agreeable," from PIE root *swad- (see sweet). In reference to persons, sense of "smoothly agreeable" first recorded 1815 (in suavity).
Showing off one's good looks; looking good: styling in that button-down shirt she's stylin' in her fleece mini boots