Meaning of classiness in English:




See classy

‘We heard over and over about Peck's impeccable gentlemanliness and old-school liberal decency, Hepburn's aristocratic east coast classiness, and Bob Hope's patriotism.’
  • ‘They became instant legends, remembered as much for the classiness of their play as for the result.’
  • ‘On every one of its 500 pages one cannot help admiring the sheer classiness of writing that is the literary equivalent of leather upholstery.’
  • ‘Black and white still dominates the winter palette, radiating a sense of retrospection and classiness.’
  • ‘There's a subtle classiness about the shape, especially in side view, which was never evident in the old car.’