Nanteuil shrugged her pretty shoulders, which still retained something of the angularity of youth.
Abraham Lincoln personified it in all its angularity and simplicity.
It may be used for sitting or kneeling upon, or to soften the hardness or angularity of a chair or couch.
Third, the "oak tree form" shows a horizontal habit of branching, and an angularity of limbs usually more noticeable among oaks.
He remembered the angularity of her hips, the too long line of her back.
All specimens of convexus are paler, the skulls are more convex dorsally and narrower, with less ridging and angularity.
The angularity and crumpled draperies of the Milanese manner, when so exaggerated, produce an impression of caricature.
The angularity of the North German woman is notorious; an uncharming person.
Miss Tox's dress, though perfectly genteel and good, had a certain character of angularity and scantiness.
Dancing was taught (I am speaking of samurai girls and not of geisha) only to smooth the angularity of their movements.