statuesque

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of size and dignity suggestive of a statue

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suggestive of a statue

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The Carlsberg drinker holds it open courteously for me, then stands statuesquely on the pavement wondering which hostelry will next be graced by his presence.
Wodehouse's girls are of three sorts: first, the statuesquely beautiful and domineering, bent on improving the young man to whom they are engaged; second, the soulful and poetic, like Madelaine Bassett.
Cedric Watts points to three recurring female character types in Conrad's fiction that suggest redeeming roles: Noble Idealists, Statuesquely Beautiful Objects of Male Desire, and Seemingly Subjugated (62-70).
Anne Barry, placed statuesquely on a moving platform, became a living geological formation as video footage of oceans and flowing lava were projected onto her enormous dress.
One ranger found a bird literally petrified in ashes, perched statuesquely on the ground at the base of a tree.