Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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It would be more graceful for an American to do it than for me.

Nothing could be more graceful than the motion of their arms.

What ornament can the inhabited mansion have more graceful, more beautiful?

She gave her skirt a little twist so that the line of her form should be more graceful.

But the twirling of the elder boy was by far the more graceful.

This, though yet more graceful than Browne's, was less suitable than ever.

Some shoulders are covered by serapes, and some by the more graceful and toga-like manga.

The mother was graceful and pretty, the daughter was more graceful and prettier.

They are more graceful in their forms, and have more personal beauty.

He could not recall a more graceful woman in all his acquaintance.