What Is a Dandy?

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A dandy can be described as a man who considers physical appearance, refined language and leisurely hobbies as being very important. Historically, a self-made dandy often imitated an aristocratic lifestyle even though he came from a middle-class background. A dandy is also known as a beau or gallant.
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dan·dy
[dan-dee]
NOUN [PLURAL DAN·DIES.]
1.
a man who is excessively concerned about his clothes and appearance; a fop.
2.
Informal. something or someone of exceptional or first-rate quality: Your reply was a dandy.
ADJECTIVE [DAN·DI·ER, DAN·DI·EST.]
3.
characteristic of a dandy; foppish.
4.
Informal. fine; excellent; first-rate: a dandy vacation spot.
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