elegant definition

  • adjective:
    • Characterized by or displaying processed, tasteful beauty of fashion, type, or design. See Synonyms at fragile.
    • Characterised by or exhibiting beauty.
    • Characterised by minimalism and intuitiveness while preserving exactness and accuracy.
    • Very choice, and therefore, pleasing to good style; described as grace, propriety, and sophistication, therefore the absence of every thing unpleasant; interesting admiration and approbation by symmetry, completeness, freedom from blemish, and so on; elegant; stylish and extremely attractive
    • Exercising a fantastic choice; discriminating beauty or responsive to beauty.
    • showing effortless beauty and user friendliness in movement or execution
    • recommending flavor, convenience, and wide range
    • refined and stylish in appearance or behavior or style
    • described as or exhibiting processed, stylish beauty of manner, form, or style. See Synonyms at fragile.
    • Characterised by or exhibiting beauty.
    • Characterised by minimalism and intuitiveness while protecting exactness and precision.
    • extremely option, thus, pleasing to great flavor; described as sophistication, propriety, and sophistication, additionally the absence of anything offensive; exciting admiration and approbation by symmetry, completeness, freedom from blemish, and so on; graceful; tasteful and very attractive
    • working out a good option; discriminating beauty or responsive to beauty.
    • displaying effortless beauty and convenience in action or execution
    • suggesting style, convenience, and wealth
    • processed and tasteful to look at or behavior or style
    • Characterized by or exhibiting processed, stylish beauty of way, form, or design. See Synonyms at fragile.
    • Characterised by or exhibiting beauty.
    • Characterised by minimalism and intuitiveness while preserving exactness and precision.
    • really choice, thus, pleasing to good style; characterized by elegance, propriety, and refinement, while the lack of everything unpleasant; interesting admiration and approbation by symmetry, completeness, freedom from blemish, and stuff like that; graceful; tasteful and extremely attractive
    • working out a fantastic option; discriminating beauty or sensitive to beauty.
    • showing effortless beauty and ease in activity or execution
    • recommending style, convenience, and wide range
    • processed and tasteful in features or behavior or design
  • others:
    • Having great or fine taste; nice in style; fastidious; sensible to beauty or propriety; discriminating beauty from deformity or imperfection: said of people.
    • Polished; polite; processed; graceful: stated of people: as, an elegant woman or gentleman.
    • Characterized by or pertaining to great flavor; showing a refined propriety of flavor: as, elegant manners.
    • Expressed with style and neatness; correct and polished in expression or arrangement: as, an elegant form of structure; elegant message.
    • Pleasing towards the attention by grace of form or delicacy of color; described as exquisiteness of design or good flavor; free from coarseness, blemish, or any other defect; processed: as, a classy figure; a stylish vase; a stylish construction.
    • Pleasing to your mind, as displaying fine perception of understanding needed; computed to impact its function with surpassing reliability, delicacy, and neatness; exquisitely ingenious or proper: since, a stylish modification of a philosophical tool; a classy algebraical formula or mathematical demonstration; an elegant chess problem.
    • Synonyms Elegant, Graceful, tasteful, courtly. Elegant implies that such a thing of an artificial personality that it really is applied could be the outcome of training and cultivation through the research of designs or beliefs of grace; elegant indicates less of consciousness, and implies frequently an all natural gift. A rustic, uneducated woman might be obviously graceful, yet not elegant. We discuss about it elegant ways, composition, furnishings, taste, but of a graceful tree, fawn, kid; the playful movements of a kitten might graceful. See gorgeous.
    • Having great or fine flavor; nice in flavor; fastidious; sensible to beauty or propriety; discriminating beauty from deformity or imperfection: said of individuals.
    • Polished; polite; refined; graceful: said of individuals: as, an elegant woman or gentleman.
    • described as or with respect to good taste; indicating a refined propriety of style: as, elegant manners.
    • Expressed with flavor and neatness; proper and polished in appearance or arrangement: as, an elegant form of structure; elegant message.
    • Pleasing into attention by elegance of kind or delicacy of color; characterized by exquisiteness of design or good flavor; clear of coarseness, blemish, or any other defect; processed: as, an elegant figure; an elegant vase; a stylish framework.
    • Pleasing into the brain, as exhibiting good perception of what exactly is required; determined to impact its function with exceeding precision, delicacy, and neatness; exquisitely ingenious or appropriate: since, an elegant customization of a philosophical tool; an elegant algebraical formula or mathematical demonstration; a classy chess issue.
    • Synonyms Elegant, Graceful, tasteful, courtly. Elegant suggests that something of an artificial character to which it really is applied is the results of education and cultivation through the study of designs or ideals of elegance; elegant implies less of consciousness, and proposes usually an all natural present. A rustic, uneducated woman might normally elegant, although not elegant. We discuss about it elegant ways, structure, furnishings, taste, but of a graceful tree, fawn, son or daughter; the playful motions of a kitten can be elegant. See beautiful.
    • Having great or fine flavor; great in flavor; fastidious; practical to beauty or propriety; discriminating beauty from deformity or imperfection: said of people.
    • Polished; polite; processed; elegant: said of people: because, an elegant lady or guy.
    • described as or with respect to good flavor; indicating a refined propriety of style: as, elegant ways.
    • Expressed with taste and neatness; correct and polished in appearance or arrangement: as, a stylish model of composition; elegant message.
    • Pleasing into eye by grace of form or delicacy of shade; characterized by exquisiteness of design or fine style; free of coarseness, blemish, or other problem; processed: as, an elegant figure; a classy vase; a stylish structure.
    • Pleasing into the mind, as displaying fine perception of what exactly is required; computed to effect its function with exceeding precision, delicacy, and neatness; exquisitely innovative or appropriate: because, a classy adjustment of a philosophical instrument; a classy algebraical formula or mathematical demonstration; a classy chess problem.
    • Synonyms Elegant, Graceful, tasteful, courtly. Elegant signifies that such a thing of an artificial character to which it really is applied is the results of training and cultivation through the research of designs or ideals of grace; graceful indicates less of awareness, and shows frequently a normal gift. A rustic, uneducated girl are obviously elegant, but not elegant. We talk about elegant ways, composition, furnishings, taste, but of a graceful tree, fawn, son or daughter; the playful moves of a kitten are graceful. See gorgeous.

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