A man who affects extreme elegance in clothes and manners; a fop.
A literary style full of elegance and wit
Distinguished air of elegance and coquetry
The result is an ornamented melody, expressing the special elegance of the art of bangdi performance and abounding in a mood of optimism.
“Because ugliness and swindling never ought to be familiar with elegance and virtue,” replied Mr. Weller.
His favourite poets were Pope, Goldsmith and Campbell; both the bluffness and the elegance of their age appealed to him
In the man and in his writing, there was a sort of elegance based not on pose but on Comfort
The furniture and DECOR of his room spelled elegance and a substantial income.
Sir Walter DID justice to his very gentleman-like appearance, his air of elegance and fashion…
He HAS real elegance and a real intelligence that the reader is asked to admire.