- statue of liberty,
- status asthmaticus
Origin of statuesque
Examples from the Web for statuesque
The effort is led by Daphrose Mukarutamu, a statuesque figure in a red embroidered dress and short, sweeping hairdo.
Yeager, herself a statuesque blond model and 30-time beauty pageant winner, was just as comfortable in front of the camera.
Máxima, 41, is a tall, statuesque blonde, with charming good looks.Queen Máxima of the Netherlands Is a New Style Icon|Erin Cunningham|May 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Katherine Webb, the statuesque, tanned girlfriend of Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron, was all anyone was talking about.Katherine Webb, Model Girlfriend of Alabama QB A.J. McCarron, Steals Show|Marlow Stern|January 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Soon, a silver, statuesque Kate Moss appeared via hologram, swimming in fabric and floating before an amazed audience.
She disposed her statuesque hands upon her well-rounded arms, and looked about the room as though Margaret were not there.East Angels|Constance Fenimore Woolson
The skirt and petticoat (enagua) permitted to be seen beneath them a pair of statuesque ankles, nude to mid-knee.The Guerilla Chief|Mayne Reid
The Statuesque Commendatore to be highly commended as represented by aristocratic Manners.
How the statuesque myth and the priggish myth and the dull and solemn myth melt away before it!George Washington, Vol. I|Henry Cabot Lodge
Her hair was tawny in shade—she had quantities of it, and she wore it picturesquely round her stately, statuesque head.
Word Origin for statuesque
early 1820s, from statue, patterned on picturesque.