It looks like a futuristic chaise longue, and is almost Grecian in its blinding-white color.
She was a singular beauty, Swedish looking and blond with an unusual profile—a very Grecian profile.
Reasons for my Gingrich blues No lunar dreams or Grecian cruise No credit line from Tiffany's No saintly wife, his former squeeze.
At her Palm Springs wedding to Dina in 2012, she wore a Cymbeline dress that looked more like a Grecian slip.
Riccardo Tisci at Givenchy, on the other hand, juxtaposed sharp tuxedo jackets with romantic Grecian drapes.
He should have lived in Athens, in the palmy days of Grecian oratory.
To accomplish this, he had raised an army and called in the help of Grecian hirelings.
I cannot refrain from giving my readers the very Grecian names of my kind entertainers.
Its temples are among the most magnificent of Grecian architecture.
These fought bravely and defied the Grecian spears with the strength of their armor.
c.1400, from Latin Graecia "Greece" (see Greek) + people ending -ian. The noun meaning "a Greek" is from early 15c.