elegancy

[el-i-guhn-see]
noun, plural elegancies.

Origin:
1525–35; < Latin ēlegantia. See elegant, -ancy

hyperelegancy, noun
superelegancy, noun, plural superelegancies.
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elegance or elegancy (ˈɛlɪɡəns)
 
n , pl -gances, -gancies
1.  dignified grace in appearance, movement, or behaviour
2.  good taste in design, style, arrangement, etc
3.  something elegant; a refinement
 
elegancy or elegancy
 
n

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The elegancy, facility, and golden cadence of poesy.
But he loves it for its elegancy, not for its austerity.
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