The correct answer is flair.
The correct answer is (A) Flair; style, as expressed by self-confidence. Dash, vivacity; enthusiasm; brilliant presentation or performance.
Élan comes from Middle French eslan (a dash, rush,) from eslancer (to dart)
Examples of use:
- Her entry to the party was accompanied by great élan.
- He always brought a certain élan to the meetings that he conducted.