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refined and tasteful in appearance, behavior or style
  • Dad had named me after her; Mom suggested adding the second N to make it more elegant and French. [Jeannette]
    p. 203.6
elegant = refined and tasteful
  • Mr. Becker was captivated by John Dean's wife, Maureen, who sat behind her husband when he was testifying and wore elegant clothes and pulled her blond hair back in a tight bun.
    p. 215.5
  • elegant = refined and tasteful
  • A year after I started the column, I was in a small, overstuffed restaurant across the table from an aging, elegant woman in a silk turban who oversaw the International Best Dressed List.
    p. 270.9
elegant = refined and tasteful
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