Adjective "classy" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈklɑːsi/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Stylish and sophisticated.
  1. 'If you had saved up for a special dinner in classy country house ambience, you'd have been disappointed.'
  2. 'Shouldn't she wear something classy that doesn't detract from her more cerebral achievements?'
  3. 'As I said yesterday, I can be both classy and common in equal measure, depending on the context.'
  4. 'Well, it took a couple of seconds for me to realise that this was the brand name for a rather classy watch.'
  5. 'It is a matter of getting issues across in a classy way, as opposed to writing about them in a crass manner.'
  6. 'It is an extremely well made movie, and a smart, classy bit of social comment.'
  7. 'If you work at the high stakes tables you get a classy vest and a starched white collar.'
  8. 'The pundits came on and said it was so high and mighty and so dignified and so classy.'
  9. 'In less classy places, there may be a room full of mats, sometimes separated by curtains, sometimes not.'
  10. 'He is too classy an operator to admit it, but revenge will be sweet.'

Definitions

1. of high class, rank, or grade; stylish; admirably smart; elegant.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be classy in sorts."

"fans can be classy in/at/on years."

"people can be classy."

"players can be classy."

"fields can be classy."

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