elegant

[ el-i-guhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF elegant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELEGANT

"Pray excuse me," replied Phoebus, with an elegant obeisance.

They were dressed in very fine clothes, and had elegant manners.

That elegant connection of ours—that dear lady who was here yesterday—'

I tore off the cover, and disclosed an elegant and portable edition of ‘Marmion.’

The Comte de Kratry, an elegant young hussar, was also present.

My amiable companion was tall, slight, and elegant, but not strong.

Dario was a handsome man, of average height, slim and elegant.

The Margrave of Rudesheimer was a slender man of elegant appearance.

This is the ladies' cabin: can anything be more tasteful or elegant?

Why, when you are introduced you must make five or six elegant bows.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ELEGANT

polished

adjectivereferring to writing or speech
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