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raffish

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
raffishraf‧fish /ˈræfɪʃ/ adjective literary  DCSTYLE/ELEGANCEbehaving or dressing in a way which is not respected by many people but which is still confident and attractive an interesting character with a raffish airraffishly adverbraffishness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
raffishEdward was dressed impeccably, but he retained his raffish air.He became friendly with a slightly raffish group of actors.Much emphasis was placed on the raffish past, with roll-calls of distinguished libertines.Violette, her hair cut short in raffish pixie fashion, so that her eyes looked luminously large.Anyway, he would certainly not discuss the subject with the raffish set who would stoop to street-women.His dark good looks had about them something raffish, sinister almost, which at once attracted and frightened her.
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