Comely

Come'ly (kŭm'lȳ) adjective [ Compar. Comelier ; superl. Comeliest .] [ Middle English comeliche , Anglo-Saxon cymlīc ; cyme suitable (fr. cuman to come, become) + līc like.] ...
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Comely

Come'ly adverb In a becoming manner. Ascham.
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Comely

• (superl.) Suitable or becoming; proper; agreeable. • (adv.) In a becoming manner. • (superl.) Pleasing or agreeable to the sight; well-proportioned; good-looking; handsome.
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Comely

Comely is best remembered for a remarkable performance as a two-year-old when she defeated older male horses to win the first running of the Fall Highweight Handicap in 1914. The Comely Stakes at Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens, New York is named in her honor. ...
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