Junoesque

ADJECTIVE
  1. suggestive of a statue
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How To Use Junoesque In A Sentence

  • She's a big girl, not obese but what we used to call Junoesque. Archive 2006-01-01
  • For a moment I thought it must be an exclusive brothel, for we were in a great salon all plush and gilt and mirrors, with thick carpet and velvet divans and curtains looped back by silver cords, and Junoesque females of perfect complexion drifting about. THE NUMBERS
  • She was young, built on Junoesque lines, and tall with a lovely face and dark eyes heavily fringed with black lashes. A Kind Of Magic
  • She made room for the four New Zealanders, the Colonel and his Cynth, and a Junoesque blonde in sequinned chiffon of midnight blue. THE QUEST FOR K
  • A woman of such Junoesque proportions would surely complement the family line. The Seduction Of Sara
  • Still smarting from having her Junoesque and charming person referred to as hefty, the girl took his proffered arm and allowed herself to be settled beside him. The Course Of True Love
  • She was a tall voluptuous-looking woman of what is called a Junoesque type — decidedly plump, with firm white hands and well-formed feet. Madame Midas
  • She was a tall voluptuous-looking woman of what is called a Junoesque type -- decidedly plump, with firm white hands and well-formed feet. Madame Midas
  • We learn that a "Junoesque" and quite vibrant writer-businesswoman, Sonia Greene, fell in love with Lovecraft for his intelligent conversation, and pursued him for three Platonic years before, misguidedly, he consented to marry her. The King of Weird
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