An "elegant" (that was her word for it) though rather gingerbready affair on one of the quieter residential streets, tree flanked.
Before the war, an evening at the opera was an elegant affair.
Leonie uttered a glad little cry as she seized the elegant affair of green morocco, and hurried out with it.
The Countess's carriage was a large, old-fashioned, elegant affair, a golden coat of arms painted on its gleaming black side.
The tub was like a small swimming pool, and the commode was an elegant affair of the type the Mundanes were said to employ.
Their graduation was an elegant affair, with corsages and finger food.
There were complex, often elegant affairs.
They were designed so that parts could be mixed or matched, serve for an elegant affair or an informal one.
Before emancipation, Carnival had been an elegant social affair of the upper-class Creole whites.
The pool was a large, elegant affair---free-form in design.