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Use "tuxedoed" in a sentence
"He supposed that was natural when you saw a muddy, tuxedoed white guy who smelled like a cesspool."
"Only there's one major difference: for the 30-year-old Taipei resident, there will be no Prince Charming, no tuxedoed groom."
"As the show's perennially tuxedoed butler, "Mr. Aly," as he was universally known, represented an elegant conduit to a vanished old Washington, a place of exclusive salons, bipartisan cordials and relative gentility."