It's elegant and grand and has fairy tale qualities.
He was known for his slow cautious yet elegant style of play.
Philadelphian cabinet makers built elegant desks and highboys.
Many projections would lose their elegant and popular properties.
The shops are very elegant, and the streets are kept exceedingly clean.
Nicholas, with its elegant lantern tower of 1474, the Roman Catholic St.
In the Basque Country, the familiars were believed to be toads wearing elegant robes.
This Second National Flag is huge and made of pure silk, giving it an elegant appearance.
The elegant Brixham trawler spread across the world, influencing fishing fleets everywhere.
All round inside this wall there are very elegant quarters with very large rooms and corridors.
Western capercaillies are not elegant fliers due to their body weight and short, rounded wings.
He was the first Englishman who added the praise of the elegant Arts to the other Glories of his Country.
German potters also crafted a large array of jugs, pots, and plates of both elegant and traditional design.
Interiors of this period often feature tall columns of more slender and elegant form than in previous periods.
84 ended when it was replaced on the assembly line by the more powerful and elegant de Havilland Dragon Rapide.
Paxton's roofing system incorporated his elegant solution to the problem of draining the building's vast roof area.
Here, the ships are described as elegant and ornately decorated, and used by those who went raiding and plundering.
It established Kingstown as a preferred suburb of Dublin, and led to the construction of elegant residential terraces.
In the 18th century smoking became far more sparse in painting as the elegant practice of taking snuff became popular.
It is an elegant bird, soaring on long wings held at a dihedral, and long forked tail, twisting as it changes direction.