Definitions for gracileˈgræs ɪl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

grac•ileˈgræs ɪl(adj.)

  1. gracefully slender.

  2. slender; thin.

Origin of gracile:

1615–25; < L gracilis slender, slight, thin

gra•cil•i•tygræˈsɪl ɪ ti, grə-(n.)grac′ile•ness

Princeton's WordNet

  1. gracile, willowy(adj)

    slender and graceful

Wiktionary

  1. gracile(Adjective)

    Slender, thin, lean.

  2. gracile(Adjective)

    Graceful or gracefully slender.

  3. Origin: From gracilis. In the “graceful” sense, apparently influenced by the originally unrelated word grace.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Gracile(adj)

    alt. of Gracillent

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