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Usage examples for chic

  1. But chic is getting dreadfully common too. – Roderick Hudson by Henry James
  2. Cherami, being ushered into the salon, scrutinized the furniture, muttering: It's not bad, it's very chic – Monsieur Cherami by Charles Paul de Kock
  3. Marthe produced his overcoat, and when he was ready for the street Christine gazed at him and said: " For the true chic there are only Englishmen!" – The Pretty Lady by Arnold E. Bennett
  4. What a chic little face it is! – Sara, a Princess by Fannie E. Newberry
  5. But I suppose it's chic – The Judgment House by Gilbert Parker
  6. Not to speak more than a word or two during a dinner party to either of one's neighbors was the supreme chic – Worldly Ways and Byways by Eliot Gregory
  7. " And why should you give undue importance," they wound up, " to beauty where there is the tournure to observe and the chic – Fragments of an Autobiography by Felix Moscheles
  8. " But women'll stand anything," he said, " particularly if they've been told it's chic – The Dop Doctor by Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
  9. And now they are so chic – The Pretty Lady by Arnold E. Bennett
  10. Meanwhile great preparations were going on at Golushkin's to produce a " chic dinner. – Virgin Soil by Ivan S. Turgenev
  11. She could wear anything that was chic – The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill
  12. He's made the thing awfully chic it's jimmy; there's lots of dog about it. – A Hazard of New Fortunes by William Dean Howells
  13. Her appearance corresponded with the garment; for Irina's dramatic instinct for effect was unfailing; and, penniless and debt- laden though she was, no Duchesse of St.- Germain could have surpassed her now in beauty and in chic – The Genius by Margaret Horton Potter
  14. I didn't quite know I could turn out anything so chic – Will Warburton by George Gissing
  15. For neither by him nor by herself could the graceful, beautifully groomed, chic little woman possibly have been regarded as she chose to describe herself. – The Genius by Margaret Horton Potter
  16. Oh he is chic that one there, I tell you! – Fanny Goes to War by Pat Beauchamp
  17. She is far from being handsome, but dresses better than any woman in Paris, and has more chic – In the Courts of Memory 1858-1875. by L. de Hegermann-Lindencrone
  18. I am exceedingly surprised to see him here at Lacville, she said in a musing voice, I should have expected him to go to a more chic place. – The Chink in the Armour by Marie Belloc Lowndes
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