Her manners had all the elegance which her husband's wanted.
"That design language is called Athletic Elegance," she said.
The first reading corresponds to parsimony, the second to elegance.
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And now my dear—all the missing elegance has returned and I thank you very deeply.
The Guardian style guide endorses the subjunctive, which “can add elegance to your writing”.
In this course, students analyze bridges from three perspectives: efficiency, economy, and elegance.
The a priori justifications in category (A) concern simplicity in both its parsimony and elegance forms.
Nevertheless, Normal People emerged as a naturalistic masterclass in emotional depth and cerebral elegance.
As we shall see, answering the definitional question, (i), is more straightforward for parsimony than for elegance.
Treating you to exceptional elegance, The Trafalgar Tavern is a standout among sophisticated public houses in London.
Approaches to justifying elegance along the lines of (A) and (B) are possible, but much of the recent work falls under a third category;
There is little disagreement over what constitutes efficiency and economy, but the definition of elegance has always been controversial.
Elegance is a human construct, very likely to do with our desire for ordered understanding, but it has nothing whatsoever to say about truth.
Menkes had written a rave review, in which she complimented Owens for achieving new elegance and sophistication without sacrificing his street edge.)
Marianne's preserver, as Margaret, with more elegance than precision, styled Willoughby, called at the cottage early the next morning to make his personal enquiries.
Let us call judgments of taste, or judgments of beauty and ugliness, “verdictive aesthetic judgments”, and let us call the other aesthetic judgments (of daintiness, dumpiness, elegance, delicacy, etc.)
LaFleur — a cult-favorite using functional and luxurious materials and delivering on the sort of understated elegance that head designer (and Zac Posen veteran) Miyako Nakamura is so adept at producing.
She would not be in a hurry to find fault, but she suspected that there was no elegance;—ease, but not elegance.— She was almost sure that for a young woman, a stranger, a bride, there was too much ease.
The owners, citing a dearth of profits, said the restaurant's Old World elegance -- which has been likened to that of an exquisite chateau -- had been unable to sustain it during ''the current economic and world political climate,'' according to a statement.
- a refined quality of gracefulness and good taste
Example: she conveys an aura of elegance and gentility
- a quality of neatness and ingenious simplicity in the solution of a problem (especially in science or mathematics)
Example: the simplicity and elegance of his invention
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