It is greatly admired for the symmetry and chasteness of its details.
Above all the others, many of which were more passionate, this one stands out with the chasteness of a lily.
But beyond that verge no temporary exhilaration of spirits ever betrayed the chasteness, the delicacy of Selina's judgment.
He is the author of several little works and literary essays, all written with singular energy and chasteness of language.
Seldom indeed have chasteness of execution and voluptuousness of character been so curiously and indissolubly blended.
It rivals the preceding style in chasteness and elegance, while it surpasses it in richness.
Among the many striking merits of this book, are, the perspicuity of the narrative, and chasteness of the style.
I think it is written with perspicuity, chasteness, and impartiality.
Chasteness of the girls before marriage was by no means strictly observed, nor was it required.
Chasteness of the girls was in general carefully maintained, different from the custom of the Celts.