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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstatuesquestat‧u‧esque /ˌstætʃuˈesk◂/ adjective  BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGlarge and beautiful in an impressive way, like a statue a statuesque woman
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statuesqueHe then lifted the phone to call Peggy Vanderheld, Hauser's statuesque and hard-bitten personal assistant.A dancing person appears as a succession of frozen statuesque attitudes.Brook proceeded to turn Attlee's proposals into the more statuesque prose of the standard Cabinet paper.She is momentarily motionless, statuesque, queenly.They are represented as beautiful, statuesque, shaded men.Pauline towered above her, a statuesque six foot in her high ankle-strapped gold sandals.In the past Gunn has admired the male form in the peak of condition as a statuesque work of beauty.
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