[ UK /dˈæpɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈdæpɝ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manners
    a jaunty red hat
    a dapper young man
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How To Use dapper In A Sentence

  • Instantly Maryse Rose could picture Lefitte's dapper clothing, the immaculately creased trousers, his heavily brilliantined hair. WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM
  • In manner he was a dapper ironist, soft-voiced and accepting of the curious turns that fate was inclined to take. We Shall Not See His Like Again
  • As he entered the stage with coiffured hair and a dapper pin-striped suit, I didn't know what to expect, but he was amazing and had the entire audience, blue rinse brigade and all, on their feet applauding his efforts.
  • A dapper man with an aristocratic air, he was boyishly handsome, compulsively social and intensely creative.
  • A dapper man with a moustache and a wide smile, he seems familiar. Times, Sunday Times
  • Clutch-y orlandosentinel. com - 25 hours ago orlandosentinel. com - A rather dapper-looking Dwight Howard - the ascot was a nice touch - started barking in the northstationsports. com - 3 days ago northstationsports. com - North Station Sports has been reporting on the BallHype - Top Sports News, Videos, and Blogs
  • How can the dapper little bureaucrat be so brazen? Times, Sunday Times
  • He's a dapper little geezer. Times, Sunday Times
  • As a girl, she did everything she was supposed to do: she was a Southern belle who married a dapper genius once he became rich enough to keep her.
  • In the early 19th century the dapper first Duke of Wellington commissioned a low-heeled calf boot of soft leather.
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