elegancy


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el·e·gan·cy

 (ĕl′ĭ-gən-sē)
n. pl. el·e·gan·cies
Elegance or an instance of it.

el•e•gance

(ˈɛl ɪ gəns)

n.
1. elegant quality.
2. something elegant.
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elegancy

noun
Refined, effortless beauty of manner, form, and style:
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But yet, since princes will have such things, it is better they should be graced with elegancy, than daubed with cost.
In her last scene, at Maryland and Virginia, many pleasant things happened, which makes that part of her life very agreeable, but they are not told with the same elegancy as those accounted for by herself; so it is still to the more advantage that we break off here.
But he loves it for its elegancy, not for its austerity.
We walk into a really busy and vibrant scene with a sophistication and subtle elegancy created by the decor.
ROHM across the street, reflects the elegancy of the place.
But yet, since princes will have such things, it is better they should be graced with elegancy than daubed with cost." He ends the essay: "But enough of these toys." (30)
Along with an eagerness to provide all that is new and distinctive and on the occasion of the advent of Eid al-Adha, Burj Rafal Hotel Kempinski has launched a package of special offers in its distinguished restaurants, spa, rooms & suites for those who are looking for infinite elegancy, excellence and luxury.
As a speck on its elegancy, this ambiguity in defining communication and information and the (inter)relationship between both key notions caused some criticism and even the reproach of confusion of thought.
It's a combination of Hissa's taste of big full pieces and Jawaher's preference for elegancy and simplicity.
It was noticed that a few papers have in focus the elegancy and effectiveness of those methods applied to the everyday praxis.
Therefore the elegancy, as well as the professionalism, has to be maintained while selecting the gift.
Emphatically, Coronado wonders how such a people--known for its fashion, elegancy, and refinement, as she explains in another entry--could produce such a creature.