- ' "You'd better open the door, you — " he answered, addressing me by some elegant term that I don't care to repeat.Chapter 17 (38% in)
- Wait till I get hold of those elegant locks — see if I won't pull them a bit longer!'Chapter 7 (56% in)
- 'I'm not envious: I never feel hurt at the brightness of Isabella's yellow hair and the whiteness of her skin, at her dainty elegance, and the fondness all the family exhibit for her.Chapter 10 (44% in)
There are no more uses of "elegant" in Wuthering Heights.
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