gracefulness gracefulness


  • (n) beautiful carriage


  1. But they eventually began to appreciate the gracefulness and clarity of his vision.
  2. To John William Davis went the convention's honors for gracefulness.
  3. Hit by Rosewall with a gracefulness that belies its guile and power, the stroke undid Laver in the closing exchanges of the last set.


  • Butterflies Go Free At Fall Brook School

    STORY BY DIANE C. BEAUDOIN Beautification comes in all shapes and sizes, but one of the most beautiful sights is the gracefulness of butterflies in all their splendor. Fall Brook School has re-created a butterfly garden that now brings that beauty to the school. read more
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Leominster Champion


  1. "He's got incredible bat speed, yet when I see him swing it's like he's in slow motion," the Tampa Bay Rays' Carlos Pena said. "There's something about the gracefulness and smoothness of his swing that makes me want to be more in control of...
    on Jul 13, 2009 By: Carlos Pena Source: New York Times

  2. Dr Scott-Joynt said that, for people who were facing a difficult Christmas, this year "requires of us a real determination to treat each other with a mix of gracefulness, care and gentleness. There is a lovely word in the marriage ceremony -...
    on Dec 23, 2008 By: Michael Scott-Joynt Source: Times Online

  3. "I think of it as the American style and the European style," Miller said. "Shawn's got that powerful physique and Nastia is long and lean and has got gracefulness."
    on Mar 5, 2008 By: Shannon Miller Source: Tehran Times

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