- n an elaborate manner of doing something
she served coffee with great stateliness
- n impressiveness in scale or proportion
- Warmth becomes an issue in the succession as Diana's death moves even the imperturable Windsors, making sorrow the visible equal of stateliness.
- The superb fight scenes (choreographed by Tony Ching Siu-tung) have a steely stateliness that suits the film's gravity.
- That gives Tetro the stateliness of silent films, just as the use of glistening or sepulchral black-and-white brings some of the glamour of classic Hollywood.
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- Georgi Parvanov in Sofia Echo
On the day of your accession to the Holy See, I sincerely wish you health, strength and energy, so that your stateliness and wisdom will enlighten and empower the people in this dynamic and troubled world,Purvanov said.