adjective, come·li·er, come·li·est.
Origin of comely
SYNONYMS FOR comely
Related formscome·li·ly, adverbcome·li·ness, nounun·come·ly, adjective
Examples from the Web for comeliness
Comely the creature is, but the comeliness is not of this world.Eothen|A. W. Kinglake
The best looking among the peons lose their comeliness after a few years, owing to hard labor, childbirth, and deprivations.Aztec Land|Maturin M. Ballou
She was looking serious this evening, but that did not interfere with her comeliness or her pleasant manners.Uncle Max|Rosa Nouchette Carey
Childless old Mrs. Dormer was delighted to listen, to feast her eyes on his comeliness, and to pet him to any extent he desired.The Great Miss Driver|Anthony Hope
He saw no beauty, comeliness, or loveliness in the character of God as represented by the teaching of the various religious sects.