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  • adjective comparative form of graceful: more graceful


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graceful +‎ -er


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  • She had grown thinner, and her appearance in bed was slenderer, younger, and gracefuller.

    Diaries of Court Ladies of Old Japan b. 974? Murasaki Shikibu Izumi Shikibu 1920

  • So much thinner and gracefuller these woods were than English woods!

    The History of David Grieve Humphry Ward 1885

  • To the speech above cited the reply of the Countess is even gracefuller, and closer to the same general model of fanciful elegiac dialogue: --

    A Study of Shakespeare Algernon Charles Swinburne 1873

  • And don't the legs look gracefuller loose, than tethered like a slave, as you ba yourself? "

    The Planter's Northern Bride 1854


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