Junoesque

adjective Ju·no·esque \ ˌjü-(ˌ)nō-ˈesk \

Definition of Junoesque

: marked by stately beauty

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Juno was the wife of Jupiter, the chief of the Roman gods. As the first among goddesses, her power gave her particular dignity; and as goddess of women and marriage, she was a mature matron. But such younger goddesses as Diana, goddess of the hunt, perhaps came closer to today's ideals of slim and athletic female beauty.

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1888


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