Example sentences for: panache

How can you use “panache” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Built as part of a new outer defensive wall in 1512 it originally had a flat roof — the ornate peak giving it such panache was added by de Keyser later in 1606.

  • The argument of my piece is that Scorsese is often hailed as a visionary on the basis of his technical discipline and formal panache, but that in too many cases the vision seems tired or blurred.

  • France could be in for a period of weakened, indecisive government . " Le Figaro of Paris agreed that Jospin would be weakened, but in an editorial congratulated both Strauss-Kahn on his "panache" in resigning so quickly, and the French people on their desire "that Latin societies behave more and more like Anglo-Saxon ones in demanding responsibility and probity from their leaders."

  • The film "bludgeons the audience with broad, crude, creepy developments" (Ebert, the Chicago Sun-Times ) and lacks Williamson's usual humor and panache.

  • If the reader wants to read something that is not only informative and entertaining but can be admired for its style, panache, and humor, let him get Dr. Ober's books.


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