He strolled about, look very debonair in his elegant new suit.
He was the first of a new breed of American celebrity – the handsome, debonair and super intelligent mass murderer.
I'm not allowed to look debonair?
And the crowd that throngs the wharf as the steamer draws alongside is gay and debonair; it is a noisy, cheerful, gesticulating crowd. It is a sea of brown faces.
Folks that watched it on television thought Kennedy won because Nixon was sweating and Kennedy was looking debonair and so it's sort of like, defined how powerful television was for presidential politics going forward.