OTHER WORDS FROM elegancehy·per·el·e·gance, nouno·ver·el·e·gance, nounsu·per·el·e·gance, noun
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How to use elegance in a sentence
A table on either side can add a symmetrical elegance to your room, or one charming table can ensure you never lose your reading glasses.
Ive, who pioneered elegance and simplicity in electronics, left Apple last year to found his own design company, LoveFrom.
For James, the Northwest displayed a delightfully slouchy elegance he’d almost forgotten about in New York.To Find Hope in American Cooking, James Beard Looked to the West Coast|John Birdsall|October 2, 2020|Eater
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“Physically, Vidal has an elegance that compared to Buckley’s restlessness illuminates the debate segments in a way that people familiar with it will recognize.”
There is something about a firefight at night, something about the mechanical elegance of an M-60 machine gun.
He would have probably done both in much the same way: with elegance and restraint, yet radically.
This Palmer stands for elegance and sophistication: the embodiment of natural gifts, both athletic and personal.
Bratis, who trained in Athens, creates pieces of “femininity and pure elegance without artifice.”Is This the End of CR Fashion Book?; Armani Names New Protégé|The Fashion Beast Team|August 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
England was almost as good, if mostly in the elegance of their defense.
She is always attired in black, and is utterly careless in dress, yet nothing can conceal her innate elegance of figure.Music-Study in Germany|Amy Fay
After all she, Hilda, possessed some mysterious characteristic more potent than the elegance and the goodness of Janet Orgreave.Hilda Lessways|Arnold Bennett
He was distinguished for personal courage, as well as taste for elegance and splendor, whence he was called the munificent.
He wrote verses with elegance in French, Spanish and Italian, and was a polisher of his native language in a barbarous age.
The elegance of his stature and the pensive melancholy of his classic features invested him with a peculiar power of fascination.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott