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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.
REMEMBERING ‘BALDWIN HILLS’ STAR GERREN TAYLOR ON THE RUNWAYKARA CAHOON HOPKINSAPRIL 12, 2021ESSENCE.COM
In a statuesque attitude, she sat, like Marius on the ruins of Carthage, or Patience on a monument smiling at grief.
THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
Her beautiful throat and shoulders rose in statuesque whiteness from the mist of chiffon that encircled them.
PENELOPE'S EXPERIENCES IN SCOTLANDKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
The gray trunks of the pines made a good background for his tall figure, which had an almost statuesque grace.
THE GIRL FROM KELLER'SHAROLD BINDLOSS
And thus the two stood, statuesque and lit, surrounded by shadowy witnessers of the discussion.
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT
As wild things they all responded, and the group of men was statuesque as it listened to the beat of horses' hoofs.
THE WAY OF AN INDIANFREDERIC REMINGTON
Mrs. Rutherford's hands always took statuesque positions; but probably that was because they were statuesque hands.
EAST ANGELSCONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON
He sat statuesque, but with black eyes looking daggers down the still void road.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
She disposed her statuesque hands upon her well-rounded arms, and looked about the room as though Margaret were not there.
EAST ANGELSCONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON
In point of fact, however, the English face and form are seldom statuesque, however illustrious the individual.
OUR OLD HOME, VOL. 2NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
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