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suave (adjective); more suave, suaver; most suave, suavest
1. Characteristic of being relaxed, confident, and pleasant in social situations; charming and elegant: The suave people at the store were exceptionally polite and knowledgeable.

The suave manager was always exceptionally friendly when dealing with the employees and the customers with whom he came in contact.

2. Etymology: from Late Middle English in the sense of "gracious, agreeable"; from Latin suavis, "agreeable".
Referring to being agreeable, smooth, and gracious.
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Descriptive being polite and pleasant.
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Relating to soothingly pleasing or polished.
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A reference to being agreeable, pleasant, and gracious in behavior or manners. (3)