The state or quality of being elegant; beauty as resulting from choice qualities and the complete absence of what deforms or impresses unpleasantly; grace given by art or practice; fine polish; refinement
Mostly, this envolves being beautiful, pretty, graceful, and being very womanly. Elegance.
This describes what we like to call, Debutantes(for the most part).
by Serenity_Follows-Always<3 January 12, 2009
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Stylish, graceful and beautiful without being trashy or common. Someone who is poised and mature who carries themselves with an air of confidence and sophistication.
She looked very elegant as she glided into the room wearing a long satin gown that trickled behind her on the floor.
by TheOriginalKrazyKurves December 18, 2008
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Pretty much a drippy yute, some leng ting who never lacks. Big man ting that produces threat to who ever is in his presence!
Best example I can give is "A1 is way 2 Elegant"

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The true definition of elegant is when you lay on a bathroom floor and still manage to look pristine
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adjective

pleasingly graceful and stylish in appearance or manner... especially when murdering the innocent for later consumption.

synonyms: stylish, graceful, tasteful, sophisticated, classic
antonyms: gauche
"He carved out the women's liver elegantly; it would make a wonderful stew later on."
"No one is as elegant as Hannibal when committing murder."
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Verb To pass a task or responsibility to another, usually more senior, person. The opposite of the verb to delegate.
The staff would elegate anything but the simplest of tasks to their manager.
by robdude October 10, 2008
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the star player made the game winning buzzerbeater in overtime with elegance
by rehtse April 23, 2011
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