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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishswankyswank‧y /ˈswæŋki/ adjective informal  FASHIONABLEvery fashionable and expensive eating meals at swanky hotels
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swankyThe leading lorry was a large and swanky affair.Escargot in puff pastry, Maine lobster soup and a 10-ounce prime filet mignon are among the swanky choices.He is often seen around Hollywood, driving his jeep or eating meals poolside at swanky hotels.a swanky Manhattan jewelry storeThe same deal in the swanky Old Istanbul Ramada Hotel with all comforts and casino is £326.Luckily, singer Suggs, scowling at his beer in a swanky West End joint, reckons I didn't miss anything.
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