graceful definition

  • adjective:
    • Showing sophistication of movement, type, or percentage: "Capoeira is a graceful dancing of power and control, musicians throwing and leaping in synchronized motion” ( Alisa Valdes).
    • Having or showing sophistication in motion, form, or proportion.
    • Displaying grace or beauty in form or action; elegant; effortless; agreeable in appearance.
    • described as beauty of action, style, kind, or execution
    • suggesting flavor, simplicity, and wide range
  • others:
    • Characterized by sophistication or beauty; showing elegance or beauty in type or action; elegant: used especially of movement, looks, and message: because, a graceful stroll; a graceful deportment; a graceful presenter; a graceful air.
    • Having Christian sophistication or piety; in a situation of elegance.
    • Synonyms Elegant, etc. (see classy); simple, natural, unconstrained.

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