characterized by elegance or beauty of form, manner, movement, or speech; elegant: a graceful dancer; a graceful reply.

1375–1425; late Middle English; see grace, -ful

gracefully, adverb
gracefulness, noun
nongraceful, adjective
nongracefully, adverb
nongracefulness, noun

limber, lithe, lissome. Unabridged
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graceful (ˈɡreɪsfʊl)
characterized by beauty of movement, style, form, etc

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Example sentences
With both curtains pulled back the kitchen opens gracefully to the dining area.
And flashbacks of the sisters' girlhood are seldom gracefully or pointedly
  worked into the narrative.
The burglar is caught, brought to the teacher's door and made to apologize,
  which he does quite gracefully.
To sit gracefully one should not perch stiffly on the edge of a straight chair,
  nor sprawl at length in an easy one.
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