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Suggestive of a statue, as in proportion, grace, or dignity; stately.

stat′u·esque′ly adv.
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The angel on the left is looking intently at the one on the right, the angel on the right is looking passionately at the statuesquely floating Mary Magdalene, while she is looking through her half-closed eyes to the heavens, where she is destined to go.
He'll statuesquely savor their aroma, motionless, inhaling their essence through his slowly expanding jowls, enchanted by every whiff as a connoisseur might prolong a sniff of fine old cognac.
Statuesquely, he dances with it and aims it at the moon.