Having or showing grace in movement, shape, or proportion. (adjective)
Examples of word graceful
He wrapped up crisis talking in Jordan by once again rejecting any timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops and denying that he's searching for what he called a graceful exit from the war.
John saw that he was _de trop_, that it was a family conference, and only extracting from Laramie a promise to see him -- about nothing whatever -- before leaving town he made what he termed a graceful getaway.
'Ay; anybody can be what you call graceful, if he lives a little time in a city, and keeps his eyes open.
The common terns have since left for the winter but Matteson said there is a good chance the birds, which he calls graceful and beautiful, will be back next year since they have already raised young here.
Though "graceful" is a word one wouldn't readily apply to Stickley's cabinetry, there is a certain massive elegance to his lighting fixtures.