elegantly

[ US /ˈɛɫɪɡəntˌɫi/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛlɪɡəntli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. with elegance; in a tastefully elegant manner
    the room was elegantly decorated
  2. in a gracefully elegant manner
    the members of these groups do not express themselves as accurately or as elegantly as their critics do
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How To Use elegantly In A Sentence

  • Elegantly erotic statues stood once more in alcoves around the room, and the massive murals were nearly finished.
  • Even if your alarm code is written elegantly and well, there is a compelling advantage to a centralized service.
  • Try freshening a living or family room with an elegantly skirted table.
  • He gestured elegantly at the door, his velvet coat rippling out behind him.
  • Feeling utterly stupid I gathered myself up from under the rubble and hobbled inelegantly to find a first aider.
  • ' He mimicked a vague distraction, waved his fingers elegantly. THE QUEST FOR K
  • The prince, however, was mindful of me, and the next day I received from the Persian embassy the word elegantly written in Persian, with the translation, "_a pelican_. The Gypsies
  • I came across a sign the other day, inelegantly scrawled on cardboard and stuck to a telephone pole.
  • The stair is elegantly made, a light filigree of steel rod and plates that contrasts with the heavy concrete solidity of the vault.
  • The three lowest horizontal bands of the lower portico's elegantly rusticated facade frame ten light and ventilation shafts for the basement, a flat keystone resting above each of the nearly square openings.
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