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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomelycome‧ly /ˈkʌmli/ adjective literary old-fashioned  BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGa comely woman is attractivecomeliness noun [uncountable]
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comelyPerhaps she was never glamorous, nor did she care for make-up, but she was deliciously plump and comely.The movement revealed her face as it might have been when she was young, comely and a temptation to coachmen.The very name of this comely and quite small village which is situated to the east of Kingston upon Hull attracts attention.A doctor and the comely Miss Montague were standing over him.For Lexandro sported no scars whatever on his comely, olive-complexioned face - only a ruby ring through his slim right nostril.Though not comely, she possessed a lively mind and exuded a kind of sparkling charm.
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