Charming, confident and carefully dressed. (adjective)
Examples of word debonair
The term debonair was indeed coined for Powell, and Lombard makes for an adorable ditz.
Agnes is said of agna a lamb, for she was humble and debonair as a lamb, or of agnos in Greek, which is to say debonair and piteous, for she was debonair and merciful.
Ricardo Montalban was perhaps best known as the debonair Mr. Roarke on the popular TV-show "Fantasy Island."
Ricardo Montalban (88) actor best known as the debonair and mysterious Mr. Roarke on the popular TV series
Ricardo Montalbán, a Mexican-born actor who starred in Hollywood dramas and candy-colored musicals in the 1940s and '50s and was perhaps best known as the debonair host of the TV drama Fantasy Island and as pitchman for the "soft Corinthian leather" of the Chrysler Cordoba, died Wednesday at his home in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure.