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Spell check of dandy

Correct spelling: dandy

Synonyms:
peachy keen, buster, classic, first-string, beauty, excellent, fantabulous, radical, supernal, five-star, first-rate, beau, high-class, cracking, young man, sterling, crestless wave, yawl, fantastical, fashion plate, A-OK, slick, noble, marvelous, choice, lovely, blade, immense, sensational, top-flight, good, blue-ribbon, crackerjack, glorious, gilt-edged, banner, phat, grand, wizard, top-shelf, tribal sheikh, fine, great, fellow, fab, boyfriend, top-notch, superb, bonny, mean, gem, model, frontline, righteous, not bad, nifty, top, sheik, tribal sheik, topflight, bumper, bang-up, topping, smashing, fop, fantastic, par excellence, ace, swell, clotheshorse, tophole, sheikh, prize, cool, beautiful, superlative, brag, heavenly, super, stellar, famous, dynamite, dude, A1, down, ripping, A-one, bully, blue-chip, keen, prizewinning, cavalier, topnotch, capital, prime, champion, boss, squire, awesome, hot, unsurpassed, peacock, jim-dandy, gone, neat, out-of-sight, number one, terrific, hype, quality, corking, gallant, brave, wonderful, divine, groovy, top-of-the-line, numero uno, superior, dreamy, gangbusters, boffo, fabulous, peachy, paragon, splendid, primo, first-class, tiptop, four-star, tip-top, slap-up, foppish, blood, swain, tremendous.

Antonyms:
inferior, vile, poor, rotten, mediocre, substandard, low-grade, atrocious, terrible, bad, middling, awful, second-rate, wretched, pathetic, unsatisfactory, lousy, execrable, second-class.

Examples of usage:

1) His costume did not indicate the dandy, although its wearer affected the manners of one. - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.

2) And there's a young dandy getting out; he's looking at the house; he's coming in; it must be for me. - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.

3) I wath never mad over danthing," replied the young dandy, looking at himself in a mirror; " and there'th thuch a crowd! - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.

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