Definition of 'inelegance'
Example sentences containing 'inelegance'
She felt nothing for its demise, except perhaps disgust at the rolls of blubber, and the absurd inelegance of her distress.THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
Her immaculate appearance in sleek-fitting slacks and Jaeger sweater contrasted noticeably with the ruffled inelegance of the workers.THE SOUND OF MURDER (2001)
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Definition of inelegance from the Collins English Dictionary
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