elegance

[ el-i-guh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF elegance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELEGANCE

Here every object was estimated, not for its beauty or elegance, but by its costliness.

His face possesses the two qualities of calmness and elegance.

Let neatness, and elegance, and beauty exhibit their proudest charms.

Nothing could exceed the elegance of her eulogium of "petit guerre."

You know what peculiar grace and elegance distinguish her on horseback.

The butler's serving was done with grace and elegance, not to mention dignity.

He walked up the cable with the ease and elegance of a Richer.

The bases of the columns in the Erechtheium example are models of elegance and beauty.

He built himself a house, unusual in its style and elegance.

There's no refinement, no elegance, in one of your sweet, unmeaning smiles.

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