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adjective as in tall and dignifed

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Here, the character is played by Game of Thrones’ statuesque Gwendoline Christie, who embodies Lucifer’s winsome insouciance despite being, you know, a woman.

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Initially introduced as a friend of “Real Housewives of Miami”cast member Adriana de Moura, the statuesque Lemigova towers over her castmates in more ways than one.

Before her stint on television, the statuesque beauty became the youngest model to be signed to the coveted LA Models at just 12 years old.

The effort is led by Daphrose Mukarutamu, a statuesque figure in a red embroidered dress and short, sweeping hairdo.

Yeager, herself a statuesque blond model and 30-time beauty pageant winner, was just as comfortable in front of the camera.

Máxima, 41, is a tall, statuesque blonde, with charming good looks.

Katherine Webb, the statuesque, tanned girlfriend of Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron, was all anyone was talking about.

Soon, a silver, statuesque Kate Moss appeared via hologram, swimming in fabric and floating before an amazed audience.

In a statuesque attitude, she sat, like Marius on the ruins of Carthage, or Patience on a monument smiling at grief.

Her beautiful throat and shoulders rose in statuesque whiteness from the mist of chiffon that encircled them.

The gray trunks of the pines made a good background for his tall figure, which had an almost statuesque grace.

And thus the two stood, statuesque and lit, surrounded by shadowy witnessers of the discussion.

As wild things they all responded, and the group of men was statuesque as it listened to the beat of horses' hoofs.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to statuesque, such as: beautiful, graceful, grand, imposing, majestic, and regal.

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