His investment in the opinions that he so elegantly articulated never superseded the austere truth.
If anything, it would lose money gently, elegantly, hopefully not very much at one time.
Every one of His stories and novels contains some of the most elegantly constructed, discerning sentences ever written.
Data-moshing is elegantly used in this clip and clever editing and effects surround this video throughout.
Rififi shows how much you can do, when that sort of tension is created so elegantly and so sparely.
The room is 150 feet long and 27 feet wide, elegantly finished in oak.
He is no longer frivolously despairing and elegantly corrupt.
So, for the first time in her life she was able to be correctly and elegantly clad.
He was elegantly dressed, not over-dressed, and his movements were easy and graceful.
The apartment was elegantly furnished, and green and gold tinted all its appointments.
late 15c., from Middle French élégant (15c.), from Latin elegantem (nominative elegans) "choice, fine, tasteful," collateral form of present participle of eligere "select with care, choose." Elegans was originally a term of reproach, "dainty, fastidious;" the notion of "tastefully refined" emerged in classical Latin. Related: Elegantly.