One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The smokiness of sautéed artichokes suavely romances the seared salmon with roasted tomatoes.’
- ‘He is more happy when he can be suavely romantic.’
- ‘Monsieur Salles suavely smiled in an expression of ironic skepticism.’
- ‘Why would anyone want to stay in a hotel room, however suavely appointed, when there's a city out there that begs to be experienced with open eyes, mouth and pockets?’
- ‘Rimbaud rolls down the window and suavely says, ‘You're the woman of my dreams.’’
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