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the silhouette of a good-figure girl holding a waving cloth in the golden sunset.

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I haven't looked at it. How about:
the silhouette of a well-built girl waving a cloth in the golden sunset..........
Woudl you say "waving a cloth" if the motion is caused by winds instead of the girl?
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a fine/good-figured girl holding a cloth (which is) waving in the golden sunset.
Thanks, Optilang. Can I use waving as an adjective to describe a noun? Like a waving flag?
Can I use waving as an adjective to describe a noun? Like a waving flag?
It may not be grammatically wrong
But I think I would write: there was a flag waving.
1. Can you see the waving flag?
2. Can you see the flag waving?
Both sound correct to me, but I think I would use the second one.
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I think the first is more common in novels. I think I feel the difference.
Thanks, Optilang
How about holding a fluttering cloth?