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Verb: swank  swangk
Usage: informal
  1. Display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously
    "he swanked his new sports car";
    - flaunt, flash [informal], show off, ostentate [archaic], parade, showboat [N. Amer, informal]
Adjective: swank (swanker,swankest)  swangk
Usage: informal
  1. Imposingly fashionable and elegant
    "a swank apartment";
    - swanky [informal]
Noun: swank  swangk
Usage: informal
  1. Elegance by virtue of being fashionable
    - chic, chicness, chichi, modishness, smartness, stylishness, last word

Derived forms: swanked, swanker, swanks, swankest, swanking

See also: fashionable, hip [informal], stylish

Type of: display, elegance, elegancy [archaic], exhibit, expose

Encyclopedia: Swank, William