beau ideal

  1. an ideal instance; a perfect embodiment of a concept
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  • The Japanese artists ISOBE Katsushiro and MIZUNO Ryo continue to follow Japanese beau ideal style, one draws the insect world with his pencils, another builds the weird atmosphere with his ball pens.
  • We take the consuming trend seriously at any moment and focus on the manufacturing of creative and special product, So to speak, Beau Ideal is a bright star in Chinese seasoning industry.
  • In the first place, because Mawley was so antipathetical to me, that I dearly loved to combat his assertions; and, secondly, on account of his disparaging my beau ideal of all that is grand and good in a writer and in man. She and I, Volume 1
  • Her poilu is her beau ideal of faith and courage, of patriotism and devotion to the principles of human rights, of cheerfulness and hopefulness, of invincibility in that his cause is just. Foch the Man
  • According to legend Diaghilev got Savina drunk, stripped her and threw her at Massine with the words: "Behold your beau idéal!" before firing him. Sergei Diaghilev: first lord of the dance
  • To the college boy of the early nineties Richard Harding Davis was the "beau ideal of jeunesse doree," a sophisticated heart of gold. Appreciations of Richard Harding Davis
  • What would the chivalrous Robert E. Lee, beau ideal of Southern military manhood, think of 22-year-old Southern officers and gentlemen bellowing at and bullyragging 17-year-old girls?
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