1. of the weather pleasant; clear.
2. How unfortunate that is!
3. Attractive and possessing charm.
4. well executed
5. How beautiful that is!
6. of the weather pleasant; clear.
7. Excellent; wonderful.
8. Having qualities that delight or appeal to the senses and often the mind.
9. Having the qualities which constitute beauty; pleasing to the sight or the mind.
10. delighting the senses or exciting intellectual or emotional admiration
11. (of weather) highly enjoyable
12. Full of beauty; possessing qualities that delight the senses, especially the eye or the ear, or awaken admiration or approval in the mind. See beauty, 1.
13. Synonyms Beautiful, Beauteous, Handsome, Pretty, Fair, Lovely, Comely, charming, all apply to that which is highly pleasing, especially to the eye. Beautiful, the most general of these words, is also often the noblest and most spiritual, expressing that which gives the highest satisfaction to eye, ear, mind, or soul. Beauteous is chiefly poetic, and covers the less spiritual part of beautiful. Handsome is founded upon the notion of proportion, symmetry, as the result of cultivation or work; a handsome figure is strictly one that has been developed by attention to physical laws into the right proportions. It is less spiritual than beautiful; a handsome face is not necessarily a beautiful face. Handsome applies to larger or more important things than pretty: as, a handsome house; a pretty cottage. It is opposed to homely. Pretty applies to that which has symmetry and delicacy, a diminutive beauty, without the higher qualities of gracefulness, dignity, feeling, purpose, etc. A thing not small of its kind may be called pretty if it is of little dignity or consequence: as, a pretty dress or shade of color; but pretty is not used of men or their belongings, except in contempt. Fair starts from the notion of a brightness that catches the eye; it notes that sort of beauty which delights the eye by complexion and feature; in this sense it is now less common in prose. Lovely is a strong word for that which is immediately pleasing to the eye; it applies primarily to that which excites admiration and love. Comely applies rather to the human figure, chiefly in its proportions; it is used less commonly than handsome to express the result of care or training. See elegant.
14. Used to express approval or delight.
1. The car was tricky to drive but beautiful to look at.
2. You also get to see some really beautiful places.
3. Going to exhibitions gives you a chance to switch off and look at something beautiful.
4. To visit as a tourist is to see one of the world 's most beautiful countries.
5. I said that was sad because she is a very beautiful woman.
6. He was a beautiful person.
7. Dogs don't necessarily have to be perfect to be beautiful - a lopsided ear or wonky smile just adds to their personality.
8. I can vouch for truly beautiful autumn weather this time last week in the Lake District.
9. So I made sure that when she went and visited that it was a beautiful, sunny day.
10. There are lots of beautiful people with perfect teeth looking chiselled and determined.
11. The charms of a wonderful woman and a beautiful city are hard to beat.
12. It is such a beautiful sunny day but our lives have been torn apart.
13. She was a beautiful person as well so it was an honour to sing with her.
14. The weather was beautiful and our little house gorgeous.
15. The battle was still unfolding around us but the world seemed a greener and more beautiful place.
16. You can find something beautiful and cry simply because it is so beautiful.
17. Those of a certain age will remember when small meant beautiful.
18. She was once a beautiful woman too proud to accept human suitors.
19. She is more beautiful in person than in pictures.
20. Now time to enjoy this beautiful weather.
21. It is a beautiful place and the public are wonderful and the atmosphere is exciting.
22. This has the ring of something beautiful!
23. This is only the case if aesthetic is understood to mean beautiful.
24. It is one of the most perfect and beautiful moments in all of opera.
25. The sky was sunny and beautiful.
26. My world was my beautiful wife.
27. His delight in battle arises solely from the loss of a beloved wife, and sadly calculated was the end of the beautiful Mrs Macduff to make the most serious impression on a husband's mind, all the more so, perhaps, in that so fully did she merit that epithet _beautiful_ which was always attached to her name.
28. Where the adjectives and adverbs have two or more syllables, most of them are compared by the use of the adverbs _more_ and _most_, or, if the comparison be a descending one, by the use of _less_ and _least_; as, _beautiful, more beautiful, most beautiful_, and
29. -- _More beautiful, most beautiful_, etc. can hardly be called degree forms of the adjective.
30. He owes (owns, possesses,) a beautiful harp -- _beautiful_!
31. Indoors I can't breathe -- but out of doors and at night this Paris of ours, -- ah! she is still beautiful -- _beautiful_!
32. She was very young, I remember now with sorrow, and very beautiful; though _beautiful_ is not so much the word to describe her as _charming_ -- magnetic, graceful, intelligent.
33. It may be said of many a man, as d'Annunzio says of the hero of his _Trionfo della Morte_ in relation to the woman he loved, that "he felt himself bound to her by the real qualities of her body, and not only by those which were most beautiful, but specially by _those which were least beautiful_" (the novelist italicizes these words), so that his attention was fixed upon her defects, and emphasized them, thus arousing within himself an impetuous state of desire.
34. How beautiful, how _beautiful_ it is to be alive! "
35. Oh, you are going to get such a beautiful, _beautiful_ bird! "
36. Yes, Miss Montague, if we can only work it up it will be a beautiful case -- a _beautiful_ case, "he concluded, with singular enthusiasm.
37. ‘He was now short and fat with a red face, but in some deeper sense he was very beautiful.’
38. ‘Everyone turned and looked at a handsome young man in a beautiful hat, called Mike.’
39. ‘Right from day one she always loved school and she has grown into a beautiful young lady.’
40. ‘Fabian felt furious at Tamora for being so cruel on someone so young and beautiful.’
41. ‘The cottage is small but lovely with a really beautiful garden and pretty facade.’
42. ‘Kim's house and garden are quite beautiful and it put in mind of an idyllic French farm house.’
43. ‘Paris is a stunningly beautiful city, one of the great capitals of the western world.’
44. ‘How can we make things beautiful, attractive and desirable for us when they are not?’
45. ‘He is a tall Scotsman with dark curly hair, beautiful dark eyes and is almost too handsome.’
46. ‘Stunning scenery makes Scotland one of the most beautiful places in the world to sail.’
47. ‘In the end, three men are selected by three young women as being the most beautiful.’
48. ‘Her face wouldn't be called beautiful, but she was cute enough for men to want to date her.’
49. ‘When you have nothing to do, you have time to think great thoughts and create beautiful art.’
50. ‘Hollywood loves a beautiful actress who is willing to sacrifice her glamour for her art.’
51. ‘The next day, our last in the mountains, we wake to a truly beautiful sunrise over Syria.’
52. ‘The huge metal structure that rises from the ground is at once beautiful and disturbing.’
53. ‘I did get to walk on the beach at night and it was as beautiful as I was expecting it to be.’
54. ‘As I waited, I felt very lucky to be able to sit in the dark listening to beautiful music.’
55. ‘In the process he made some of the most beautiful poems ever written in the English language.’
56. ‘They are all prepared by hand and are a work of art, almost too beautiful to eat.’
57. ‘He had a beautiful singing voice and a sharp sense of humour, but was also a morose weekend drunk.’
58. ‘In the movie, Ignacio sings in the choir and has a beautiful voice, as young Pedro did.’
59. ‘In other news a guy at the pool said I was a beautiful swimmer, commenting on my butterfly.’
60. ‘There were many beautiful voices but no accents that related to the folk in the local chip shops.’
61. a beautiful child
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