Graceful - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈɡreɪsfl|  American pronunciation of the word graceful
Brit.  |ˈɡreɪsfʊl|  British pronunciation of the word graceful

adjective

- suggesting taste, ease, and wealth (syn: elegant, refined)

Examples

He has become a very graceful dancer.

the graceful movements of a ballerina

She was a graceful young woman with delicate features.

the long, graceful neck of a swan

His writing is clear and graceful.

There was no graceful way to say no to their offer.

It would be a graceful act on your part.

Her movements were graceful and elegant.

The branches formed a graceful curve.

Her father was a quiet man with graceful manners.

She rose gracefully to her feet.

The graceful movements of a dancer

She made a graceful leap into the air.

The ice-skater executed graceful jumps and spins.

...the ancient Greek temple boasted graceful marble pillars with richly ornamented tops...

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