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Use "gracility" in a sentence
"In person, Caesar was tall, fair, and of limbs distinguished for their elegant proportions and gracility."
"The other gentleman, stretched at ease in a deep chair, with one leg propped on a cricket, had the distinction of long forms, which the years had left in their youthful gracility; his snow-white moustache had been allowed to droop over the handsome mouth, whose teeth were beginning to go."
"In person, he was tall, fair, and of limbs distinguished for their elegant proportions and gracility."