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debonair (adj) – 1. Sophisticated; urbane.
2. Gracious and charming in a cheerful, carefree way.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : The adjective debonair, from Old French debonaire, originated in Old French as the phrase de bon aire ?of good lineage.? The aire of that phrase comes from the Latin noun ager ?field,? which presumably meant ?nest? in Vulgar Latin. Debonair entered English in the 13th century.

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