Debonair

Please follow and like us:debonair Someone debonair is charming or suave. They have good manners, and they probably look good too. This French word has a fancy feel to it, and it is a fancy kind of word. Being debonair is a specific form of being charming that applies mostly to men. When you’re debonair, you impress women, other men, and pretty much everyone with your manners, wit, and style. Debonair a little bit of an old-fashioned word. Old movie stars like Cary Grant were often called debonair, but not many people are today. Definitions ofdebonair 1 adjhaving a sophisticated charm “a debonair gentleman” Synonyms: debonaire, debonnaire, suave refined (used of persons and their behavior) cultivated and genteel adj having a cheerful, lively, and self-confident air “”life that is gay, brisk, and debonair“- H.M.Reynolds” Synonyms: chipper, debonaire, jaunty cheerful being full of or promoting cheer; having or showing good spirits

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Dance and Slim Down

Adrienne Igo, the creator of Dance and Slim Down, created this website to help others to use dancing for weight loss. Adrienne lost 300 pounds from dancing and modified eating. Adrienne was 500 pounds and in a wheelchair. She now wears a size 12-14 dress. All this after rising from her wheelchair after seven (7) years and dancing. Adrienne shares her insights, motivation and what works for her as she whittles down to a size 7/8. Adrienne delves into areas such as self esteem, self love and self respect, which she believes are the real core issues behind weight gain and weight loss. The website was designed to help other people achieve similar weight loss success. REGISTER. The basic blog is free so subscribe, then visit often, enjoy the music, the articles, products and services. All are welcome here.

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