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used in The Witch of Blackbird Pond

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refined and tasteful in appearance, behavior or style
  • Did it seem likely that his mother, who sat so elegantly in meeting, had ever touched a choke-weed?
    p. 79.3
elegantly = in a refined and tasteful manner
  • How elegantly he sat the saddle of his borrowed horse.
    p. 159.1
  • elegantly = refined or attractively
  • Was it that far-off memory of elegance and beauty, or was it just the look in Thankful's eyes as she stood, radiant in her rose-colored lutestring wedding dress, and listened to the toasts to her future?
    p. 232.3
elegance = refinement (style and tastefulness)
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