supple, slender, gauzy, courteous, overrefined, bully, great, debonair, smooth, sylphlike, ladylike, well-mannered, enlightened, tenuous, gracious, twee, mannerly, corking, debonaire, subtile, thin, minute, civilized, slight, polite, small, couth, subtle, peachy, smashing, genteel, niminy-piminy, svelte, sublimate, not bad, slap-up, processed, comminuted, bang-up, milled, lissom, educated, gentlemanlike, debonnaire, lithe, keen, restrained, nifty, urbane, swell, finespun, dandy, high-minded, sensitive, civilised, groovy, nice, slim, gentle, full-strength, mincing, big, sharp, cracking, dressed, gentlemanly, superfine, prim, courtly, dainty, excellent, culture, lissome, straight, lithesome
elegant (part of speech: adjective)
purified (part of speech: verb)
tasteful (part of speech: adjective)
improved (part of speech: verb)
clean (part of speech: adjective)
beautiful (part of speech: adjective)
belle, eye-filling, exquisite, lovely, bonny, beautiful, glamorous, superb, ornamental, gorgeous, pleasing, stunning, enchanting, good-looking, comely, fair, resplendent, handsome, radiant, dazzling, pretty, attractive, picturesque, quaint, sightly, sublime, splendid, becoming, polished, shapely, finished, flowerlike
simplified (part of speech: verb)
fashionable (part of speech: adjective)
simple (part of speech: adjective)
- By the depth of the wound which met their eyes, they recognized a prince among them, by the majesty of his unspoken irony, by the refined wretchedness of his garb. - "The Magic Skin", Honore de Balzac.
- Show in some practical form His sympathy and love for the common people as well as for the well- to- do, educated, refined people who make up the majority of the parish. - "In His Steps", Charles M. Sheldon.
- The more refined prefer dull black with a bright border. - "The Darling and Other Stories", Anton Chekhov.