Definition of 'class act'
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He shows no lack of it in agreeing to follow such a class act. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He is a class act and a player in form. The Sun (2007)But now he looks a class act. The Sun (2009)He really is a class act. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Still, this is a class act. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is the real thing, a true class act. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Having been through the fire of media pressure she has retained her cool in a way that proves she is a class act. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Elsewhere, the mood strikes a more upbeat tone from this class act. The Sun (2015)He showed himself to be the new class act of the Etihad. The Sun (2015)A key man in two of the goals and truly a class act. The Sun (2012)Poor summer but still a class act with gloves and bat and always up for the niceties of the Australian challenge. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They are a class act. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Oscar Whisky is the class act. The Sun (2013)A class act on the left. The Sun (2012)A class act, a guy with such pride in his appearance. The Sun (2011)Tucked away on the northwest coast, it's a class act with a good swimming beach for the youngsters and truly charming service by staff. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It might be a little too silky smooth for some UK tastes but she's a class act and her choice of covers is impeccable. The Sun (2014)
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