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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpanachepa‧nache /pəˈnæʃ, pæ-/ noun [uncountable]  STYLE/ELEGANCEa way of doing things that makes them seem easy and exciting, and makes other people admire youstylewith panache They played and sang with great panache.
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panacheShould I scrap upper case and dash ahead with lower-case panache to show myself a proper mistress of the form?Then, with considerable panache and dignity she held the flaming papers high in her hands until they disappeared in smoke.Talley Beatty was recruited by Parham as a guest artist to lend the extra panache of a star to the event.Pappano conducted the symphony with great panache.She wore her clothes with typical Italian panache.The performance didn't have the panache you expect from a chart-topping rock band.For nobody, back at base, can now argue that I am failing to complete the contract with panache and style.The cannons are played with panache yet with the heart on the sleeve.
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