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dandified

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdandifieddan‧di‧fied /ˈdændɪfaɪd/ adjective old-fashioned  FASHIONABLEa man who is dandified wears very fashionable clothes in a way that shows he cares too much about his appearance
Examples from the Corpus
dandifiedHe was carefully dressed in a dandified fashion in white flannels and a large panama hat protected his head.Knowing this, Googol tried to be wry about his own feelings and eschewed any dandified garb such as Jaq now sported.There is the fallible narrator, escaping his past, indulging his dandified sensibilities, inevitably sucked into danger beyond his understanding.
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