Definition of statuesque
: resembling a statue especially in dignity, shapeliness, or stillness; especially : having a tall and shapely form a statuesque actress
Recent Examples of statuesque from the Web
With her statuesque frame and daring personal taste, Christie pulls off artistic designs from Vivienne Westwood, Jean Paul Gaultier, and her partner, Giles Deacon.
And those pointy-toed stilettos that expertly wrapped around the ankle pulled her statuesque look together.
Integral to the equation is the animal itself — statuesque, beautiful and as much a part of Wisconsin's landscape as dairy farms and cornfields.
Giancarlo Stanton, the statuesque slugger for the Miami Marlins, just became larger than life.
The duo shifts from one circus-sutra position to the next in a show of statuesque strength, as looky-loos and their little-loos drink cocktails and sodas and gobble popcorn and candy.
Among those players is Fanny Stollar, a statuesque, 18-year-old Hungarian with hopes of joining the sport’s elite.
This statuesque annual can reach 4 feet, sporting white, tubular flowers that glow in the moonlight and give off a wonderful essence that fills the entire garden.
The statuesque first daughter was on Capitol Hill this morning to talk about her new child tax-credit proposal in a meeting with lawmakers called by the second-term Republican senator.
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Definition of statuesque for English Language Learners
: tall and beautiful
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