How To Use Beauty In A Sentence

  • But they have an undeniable gentleness and elephantine beauty about them, with their hanging folds of skin and ponderous outlook on life.
  • There is no absolute standard for beauty.
  • The popular beauty spot is home to a variety of wildlife including birds and types of bats.
  • Beauty is but skin deep.
  • I was haunted by the beauty of the landscape all about, of the natural ferneries then disappearing, and of the domed forest-trees on the slopes, and was fortunate in meeting a gentleman intent on preserving in art the beauties of his country. Sailing Alone Around the World
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  • Whether we may not, for the same use, manufacture divers things at home of more beauty and variety than wainscot, which is imported at such expense from Norway? Querist
  • She looks terrible, shorn of all her beauty and dignity.
  • I have always loved documenting the beauty and awesomeness of nature.
  • Having spent years working and living in London and across Eastern Europe, the solitude and beauty of the landscape offered a powerful draw.
  • It also contains a series of waterfalls and cascades to further enhance the beauty of a hole that is certain to generate a lot of comment throughout the week.
  • Physicists like the mathematical beauty of string theory because it banishes the absurdities that pop up when quantum mechanics and gravity combine.
  • Passion abounds in this romance set on Maryland's Eastern Shore, where the rough-hewn Seth Quinn wins over Drusilla, the town's icy beauty.
  • The Holy Alliance was the joint labour of an unfortunate man who had suffered a terrible mental shock and who was trying to pacify his much-disturbed soul, and of an ambitious woman who after a wasted life had lost her beauty and her attraction and who satisfied her vanity and her desire for notoriety by assuming the rôle of self-appointed Messiah of a new and strange creed. The Story of Mankind
  • Photographs of Ayesha were appearing in all the papers, and the pilgrims even passed advertising hoardings on which the lepidopteral beauty had been painted three times as large as life, beside slogans reading _Our cloths also are as delicate as a butterfly's wing_, or suchlike. The Satanic Verses
  • We (the Western public) regard picnics as highly advantageous to health and beauty, promoting social sympathy and high-toned alimentiveness, advancing the interests of the community and the ultimate welfare of the nation. Punchinello, Volume 1, No. 17, July 23, 1870
  • The image is generally a thing of beauty with colours brightly and faithfully rendered.
  • White cap set her up long hair and half of his face is obscured, but felt she must be very beautiful, breathtaking beauty!
  • This attention to detail only enhances the beauty and warmth of the voice itself, the ideal instrument for the part.
  • Beauty is eternity gazing at itself in a mirror. Kahlil Gibran 
  • Whilst not the first so to do but well before the bandwagon hove into view, I proposed that MPs expenses must be place in full, unexpurgated, unredacted beauty online as are those of MSPs by the Scottish Parliament. Where The Huntsman leads, the hounds follow
  • The journey north-west from Edinburgh is a delight, with lush pasturelands giving way to the rugged beauty of the Trossachs and then Argyll and the western seaboard.
  • Words cannot describe the beauty of the scene.
  • The beauty he has perceived must in accordance with our human needs find expression concretely, because it is only as he manifests himself in forms which we can understand that we are able to recognize him. The Enjoyment of Art
  • Come now , don't get into a tantrum . You must beauty sleep for the photographer tomorrow.
  • ‘Rock gardens should look untended and exude a careless beauty’, he says.
  • However, there is a potential for increased tourism because of the natural beauty and varied topography and because the country is unspoiled and inexpensive.
  • It is an uncomfortable feeling to find in her sickness the conventions of beauty - boniness and pallor.
  • She was already well on her way to becoming an amazon beauty, with long slender legs, perfect, glowing skin and light brown hair with copper streaks cascading over her broad shoulders.
  • Old deliberate contemplations, perceptions after long regard ingathered from abundant nature, theories leisurely compacted in sunshine or storm, to stand in the fields of memory, crowned with beauty by the indulgent years. Apologia Diffidentis
  • The show travels to nearly 200 cities around the world annually with the beauty, elegance, glamour and energy of a Broadway show.
  • And always, the bay is a place of subtle, but incomparable beauty.
  • White cap set her up long hair and half of his face is obscured, but felt she must be very beautiful, breathtaking beauty!
  • Yovich was next to go, bowled for four by a beauty that clipped the top of off stump as it swung away from him.
  • Week two of our special photographic supplement presents outstanding examples of beauty frozen by the camera. Times, Sunday Times
  • We consult to the media about canopy questions, we have a canopy newsletter, we have an email LISTSERV, and so we're trying to disseminate information about the importance of the canopy, the beauty of the canopy, the necessity of intact canopies, to people outside of academia. Nalini Nadkarni on conserving the canopy
  • The impression of warmth and comfort and beauty predominated, though he was unable to analyze it; while the simplicity delighted him -- expensive simplicity, he decided, and most of it leftovers from the time her father went broke and died. Chapter XVIII
  • Let's face it, women have gone to great lengths over the centuries, to keep their beauty techniques under wraps.
  • In either case, the story of queenly beauty would not be complete without the recognition that royal women have traditionally had far more chances than the average woman of actually being beautiful.
  • consist in sth to have sth as the main or only part or feature: The beauty of the city consists in its magnificent buildings.
  • Truth needs no colour; beauty, no pencil. 
  • For observe: this love of what is called ideality or beauty in preference to truth, operates not only in making us choose the past rather than the present for our subjects, but it makes us falsify the present when we do take it for our subject. Lectures on Architecture and Painting Delivered at Edinburgh in November 1853
  • This procedure is a form of critique: the photomontage provides us a critical distance to reflect on what we had been prompted to desire, whether it was a luxury product, an ideal of feminine beauty, a racial superiority, or an entire way of life. Merrill Cole: WikiLeaks and David Wojnarowicz: A Perspective from Berlin
  • This support of the fabrication of the transcendent in its different modes, all of which, according to Diotima, come under the same propaedeutic: love of beauty.
  • The _Pompilidæ_ are species of great beauty, some closely resembling those of Australia in the banding and maculation of their wings; amongst the _Vespidæ_ will be found some of the most elegant and beautiful forms in the whole of that protean family of Hymenoptera. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology
  • The woods were designated an area of outstanding natural beauty.
  • The radiant beauty of the score, and the warm tenderness at the heart of it, are very moving.
  • I thought I could bestow beauty like a benediction and that your half-dark flesh would answer to the prayer.
  • There is nothing more rare, nor more beautiful, than a woman being unapologetically herself; comfortable in her perfect imperfection. To me, that is the true essence of beauty. Steve Maraboli 
  • An account must now be given of the eustyle, which is the most approved class, and is arranged on principles developed with a view to convenience, beauty, and strength. The Ten Books on Architecture
  • These "Observations" were the first of a series of volumes by Gilpin on the scenery of Great Britain, composed in a poetic and somewhat over-luxuriant style, illustrated by drawings in aquatinta, and all described on the title page as "Relative chiefly to Picturesque Beauty. A History of English Romanticism in the Eighteenth Century
  • It's an area of outstanding natural beauty.
  • We're just too dazzled by beauty. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not sure I can visualise the little carts – but the multitude of vibrant flowers described with intense joy opened a triumphal way to the vision of that extraordinary gypsy lady whose beauty and style impressed you so much. gens du voyage - French Word-A-Day
  • It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength. Maya Angelou 
  • Forgive me for needing you in my life;Forgive me for enjoying the beauty of your body and soul;Forgive me for wanting to be with you when I grow old. Sandra Robbins Heaton.
  • Given the combination of ineffable beauty and extremely unpleasant sensations in my stomach and head, I would be quite content to die here.
  • Five runners-up will receive a beauty treatment and complimentary makeover.
  • The setting-up of the ethics of literature and art offers the pursuit of value that reflects the unity of good and beauty.
  • Our notions of order and disorder stand in stark contrast to the dynamic artistry of the integral beauty of things as they are in nature.
  • Miró himself was an artist whose utterly distinctive early work had great beauty of form and color, and whose fecund imagery delights and amuses.
  • Arriving at Town Lake for the first time, I was struck by the natural beauty of this dammed section of the Colorado river.
  • These two elements in the story, the unparalleled beauty and the long deep sleep, are what light up the mind and set one questioning. What the Bee Knows - reflections on myth, symbol and story
  • The city of Palermo was also distinguishable; and Julia, as she gazed on its glittering spires; would endeavour in imagination to depicture its beauties, while she secretly sighed for a view of that world, from which she had hitherto been secluded by the mean jealousy of the marchioness, upon whose mind the dread of rival beauty operated strongly to the prejudice of Emilia and Julia. A Sicilian Romance
  • The spa has an indoor pool and gym and offers health and beauty treatments. Times, Sunday Times
  • Especially the flowerage of spring time, with its many wild flowers and the rows of fruit trees along the fairways, make even the most ambitious golf player stop and contemplate nature's dazzling beauty.
  • She took a day off of classes to attend the event because she wants to help her mom, the current owner of Kchelly's Beauty Center in Irvington, N.J. "She's thinking of handing [the business] to me," explains Ms. Darden, who is currently a manager at the salon and beauty-supply store. Need Advice? We'll Give You 30 Minutes
  • Mesell Malkontent of Faux News, the gripping cutting edge metaphorist megamedia propaganda outlet, a non-contributor of the pasty pedantry and PIG’s Pundits in General, spouts ‘demon duck du jour’, and claims, somehow, she knows, somehow, that Hezbollah is just a beauty pagent… Think Progress » Malkin: Outrage About Qana ‘Manufactured,’ ‘If It’s Not Qana, It’s Something Else…It’s Beauty Pageants’
  • Kant defined "disinterestedness in aesthetic appreciation" as fundamental and important characteristics in "Critique of Judgment", which was also seen as the "quality" in beauty.
  • Typically the characters of a masque would be classical deities or abstract qualities such as a Virtue and Beauty, contrasted with rustic figures, and the story would represent an archetypal conflict proceeding to resolution.
  • The tranquil beauty of the village scenery is unique.
  • But, more than the excitement, the sheer seclusion and beauty that a quiet alpine ski run can give is something rarely experienced.
  • Classmates at West Point had ironically dubbed him Beauty.
  • At New Year and always, may peace and love fill your heart, beauty fill your world, and contentment and joy fill your days.
  • All was coloured with admiration of his beauty and grace, and mingled with boundless pity for their sad overclouding and defeature! Thomas Wingfold, Curate
  • Duet is the first dependably variegated beautyberry, selected for its yellow-margined, variegated foliage and tolerance to full sun. New crop of hybrid plants demonstrate beauty of ingenuity
  • So while artists in 1860s Paris were discovering the beauty of Japanese "floating world" — or ukiyo-e — woodblock prints, many Japanese artists were heading to Yokohama, scouring European publications and creating their own genre of exotica: the Yokohama-e. How Japan Saw Us
  • Whereas some folks consider brown dwarfs the duds of the galaxy, astronomers see beauty in these substellar embers.
  • The beauty of a tailored suit is that you can add personal touches to make your suit look genuine and unique.
  • Millions of dollars are spent each year on beauty products .
  • The beauty of social insurance is that it is actuarially unsound. Bartlett and Krugman, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • She seemed to exist in a rarefied air of lonely but enigmatic beauty. Times, Sunday Times
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  • Seek ye then, fair daughters, the possession of that inward grace, whose essence shall permeate and vitalize the affections, adorn the countenance, make mellifluous the voice, and impart a hallowed beauty even to your motions. Searchlights on Health: Light on Dark Corners A Complete Sexual Science and a Guide to Purity and Physical Manhood, Advice To Maiden, Wife, And Mother, Love, Courtship, And Marriage
  • Each door and drawer is individually finished by craftsmen to bring out the full beauty of the grain.
  • Even then, her silent beauty had received admiring appraisals and envious glances.
  • Wilson depicted the struggles of African Americans with a lyrical beauty and captured the lives of those who lived on the edges of the society with a dignity that was worthy of the titanic power of any character in Greek drama.
  • If we may trust the old marbles, my friend with his arm stretched over my head, above there, (in plaster of Paris,) or the discobolus, whom one may see at the principal sculpture gallery of this metropolis, -- those Greek young men were of supreme beauty. Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works
  • Some have suggested she was holding a spear and shield proudly aloft, others that the goddess of beauty held a mirror - to admire her own reflection. Times, Sunday Times
  • Before the Second World War, actresses who played Titania usually aimed at an ethereal, queenly elegance and beauty.
  • Perhaps this is why beauty hardly qualifies as an aesthetic category any more.
  • Like most dandies, his predilection for high-style fashion and cosmetic beauty betrays a likeness to his female counterparts.
  • One of the prizes was a makeover at a top beauty salon.
  • It is a natural part of civilisation's lust of re-arrangement that we should be so ready to conventionalise the beauty of this world into decorative patterns for our pilgrim tents. The Roadmender
  • -- They lived together; and when Dr. Grant had brought on apoplexy and death, by three great institutionary dinners in one week, they still lived together; for Mary, though perfectly resolved against ever attaching herself to a younger brother again, was long in finding among the dashing representatives, or idle heir apparents, who were at the command of her beauty, and her 20_000L. any one who could satisfy the better taste she had acquired at Mansfield, whose character and manners could authorise a hope of the domestic happiness she had there learnt to estimate, or put Edmund Bertram sufficiently out of her head. Mansfield Park
  • Boxing champion Mike Tyson was, of course, convicted in the 1992 rape of a beauty pageant contestant.
  • What truly caught his attention was not her astonishingly contrasting beauty, but her secretive ways.
  • Lysander : What a pretty beauty ! Helena, I would through fire for your sweet sake.
  • And when the silent darkness enveloped all this beauty, and grandeur, and magnificence in undistinguishable gloom, my mind experienced that wonderful sense of freedom and relief which come from all that suggests the idea of boundlessness -- the deep sky, the dark night, the endless circle, the illimitable waters. The Story of My Life Being Reminiscences of Sixty Years' Public Service in Canada
  • You gummed the pieces with sheer delight, making mmmm, mmmm noises and waving your hands like some beauty pageant winner on a float being pulled down Main Street.
  • To be creative means to be in love with life. You can be creative only if you love life enough that you want to enhance its beauty. Osho 
  • The older travellers were certainly not blasés; they seemed to find pleasure and beauty wherever they looked: Ca da Mosto (1455), visiting the Senegal, detected in this graveolent substance, fit only for wheel-axles, a threefold property, that of smelling like violets, of tasting like oil of olives, and tinging victuals like saffron, with a colour still finer. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo Volume 2
  • The central doorway must have been of still greater beauty; but the whole of the upper part of it is hidden by the porch and parvise inserted beneath the central arch. The Cathedral Church of Peterborough A Description Of Its Fabric And A Brief History Of The Episcopal See
  • She's won a lot of beauty contests.
  • Like it or not, the beauty of mathematics springs from its rigorous austerity.
  • Some lucky people are endowed with both brains and beauty.
  • Sami initially sees his love for Muntaha in poetic terms, likening her beauty and allure to the Sumerian artefacts in front of which he first encounters her, an orientalization that is later echoed by Gabor. The Jakarta Post Breaking News
  • Pine trees, in addition to hills, valleys and waterfalls, added beauty to the city.
  • It is a show but not a contest, and, thankfully, the beauty of sport comes predominantly from the contest.
  • Her captivating beauty and histrionic talent add to her persona.
  • Of particular beauty here, of course, is the use of utterly inappropriate terms to maintain the rhyme, which saw ‘gloat’ used as a noun directly above this unlearned and unlovely deformed child of a verse.
  • From the dawning of Greek Classicism to well beyond the Italian Renaissance, artists learned to faithfully master contrapposto, linear perspective, and the like in order to achieve the great, mythic aspiration of beauty. Rebecca Taylor: All I Really Need To Know I Learned From Baldessari
  • In this film, the porcelain beauty of an incredibly attractive and unimaginably young Joan Crawford matches Chaney's angry armless antagonist magnificently.
  • Accuracy has a conceptual beauty which was once visible in the look of chronometers and theodolites.
  • Finally, we know that Father Doria very likely will not be saved, because he is sadistic, "avaricious" 88, and completely insensible to Guilo's youth, innocence, gentleness, and beauty. The Boy Martyr; Or, Manfresti's Page. A Story of 1567
  • But if football people can only have one, then when they set partisanship aside, they go for beauty. Times, Sunday Times
  • Winkielman pointed out that this "beauty in averageness" could apply to things like the silhouette of a car, a watch, as well as to people. Beauty is Only Brain Deep | Impact Lab
  • The miles-long beach of Boca de Naranja ( "Mouth of the Orange") enchants us with its sheer beauty and isolation. Your beach of dreams: nine towns on the Nayarit coast of Mexico
  • Above all, he turned the wanton cruelty of the natural world into clothes of exquisite beauty, season after season. Times, Sunday Times
  • Part of its beauty is the awesome power of nature. The Sun
  • Plus the Style lounge for beauty treatments and makeovers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her sacrifice & committment is to herself when she left Alaskans for the glory of being VP without a Lt. Governor and then leaving her elected seat to make money and do her beauty contestant walk & turns. Palin to visit Fort Hood during book tour
  • That's them defending the commons of the beauty of the neighbourhood, combined with the commons of the airspace we share through which dandelion seeds fly.
  • Be alike flower. Spread beauty and happiness wherever you stay; irrespective of your surroundings.
  • Staff at a beauty salon used a fire extinguisher and fire blanket to put out the flames and called an ambulance. Times, Sunday Times
  • The play is set in a seedy northern beauty contest, which gives Paula the chance to use her original Mancunian accent.
  • There is beauty in silence and there is silence in beauty and you can find both in a bicycle! Mehmet Murat ildan 
  • This year still have ample reason to believe in that majestic beauty of the beat.
  • FROM THE POST: The Nationals pull off a perfectly executed relay, and we go inside to discover the hidden beauty in a 9-6-5 putout. Fifth starter intrigue
  • This was an incandescent performance of real beauty and power. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Beauty setting removes blemishes and changes face shape but the results can be hilarious. The Sun
  • Some beauty practitioners apply small jolts of electricity to facial muscles to "reprogram" them to lift. The Four Worst Wrinkle Fighters
  • This statement of world-agreed fervent belief reminds us these values are everlasting and of perpetual beauty and may never be tarnished by any national politicians anywhere at any time.
  • Rosy Hannah by moonlight is beauty's own self, and to be cut on wood is realy surprising. Letter 65
  • The beauty of the plan consists in its simplicity.
  • The beauty of Humphrey's work is that his mind is active on so many levels at once.
  • I abhor beauty pageants; whoever thought of those stupid, mindless activities was out of his mind.
  • Eyes that sparkled with all the mystery and magic of the dream lit up a face of breathtaking beauty.
  • Softened by the events of the past week, affected by the melancholy beauty of the autumn day, Soames came nearer than he had ever been to realisation of that truth — passing the understanding of a Forsyte pure — that the body of Beauty has a spiritual essence, uncapturable save by a devotion which thinks not of self. To Let
  • It was a tangle of orange and lemon trees, looped with garlands of roses and flowering creepers, carpeted with a thousand fragrant, old-fashioned flowers, and arboured with grapevines, whose last year's leaves, though sparse, were still russet and gold: altogether a mere bright ribbon of beauty pinned like a lover's knot on a high shoulder of jutting rock. The Guests Of Hercules
  • She was overcome by the beauty and grandeur of the Assembly. Liberty: The Lives and Times of Six Women in Revolutionary France
  • Most people take enough time out for a haircut but next time you go to book yours, why not think about having a beauty treatment too.
  • You can spend your days however you like: soaking up the sun on deck, enjoying a beauty treatment or working out in the gym.
  • Their adventurous and inquisitive nature explains their fascination with the ancient beauty and splendor of Egypt.
  • The beauty of the Taj Mahal took my breath away.
  • It has lost its Royal status but not his beauty and glory.
  • In this new exhibition, John's love of colour and natural beauty comes to the fore.
  • The mastery of each instrument and the cohesion and beauty of the orchestra was a transport of delight for this audience.
  • All of these signs should be accommodated on one post and thus not detract from the beauty of the surroundings.
  • See the beautiful woman to look and look, but a normal, it's really not exaggerative, even children know the beautiful clothes to wear this, don't do we even for adult beauty are not?
  • Each rare clumber had a special day of beauty as well. Why Geithner's bailout rollout sucked so bad.
  • The city deadens us to beauty.
  • The exhibition provides endless proof of refinements of beauty in textiles and architecture, woodwork and metalwork, ceramics and miniature painting.
  • Jutting out into the northern Mediterranean, the Portofino headland is a piece of natural unspoilt beauty standing hand in hand with some pretty Italian architecture.
  • There is no absolute standard for beauty.
  • This is a big reason to combat the creeping banalisation of cosmetic surgery as just another 'harmless' service offered by the booming beauty industry. The Times of India
  • He was also a eunuch of such beauty that the sultan fell for his epicene handsomeness and appointed him his senior commander.
  • The fields, ponds and rivers of his childhood bound Tagore to the earth and its beauty.
  • “But we were thrown before its beauty unprepared, unshrived, unshorn.” Angkor Wat Book Review - A Glimpse of a Bygone Era | Angkor Wat Apsara & Devata: Khmer Women in Divine Context
  • In the first nocturn, the Church sings lessons from the Lamentations of Jeremiah, with a special melody famous for its solemnity and beauty, and entirely appropriate to the text. Compendium of the 1955 Holy Week Revisions of Pius XII: Part 5 - Tenebrae and the Divine Office of the Triduum
  • Keep the summer fires burning and clasp tightly the beauty products that are the epitome of escapes to hot climes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Encountering the art of Roxy Paine, we always expect to be dazzled by the technical intricacy and detail of the work, while being seduced by it's beauty to closely approach despite a hint of menace. Mark Wiener and Linda DiGusta: Magic Mushrooms and a Tree of Steel -- Roxy Paine @ James Cohan Gallery
  •   Even yesterday, I wanted to buy some garden supplies, but I also needed bird seed, which you can get at a garden store, but if I'm going to the garden store I really need to take back that beautyberry I bought last year that died. 2000-04-17 01:16:34
  • The water-race down the wall is shown by mosses and lichens, pellitories, and rock-plants; curtains and hangers; slides, shrubs, and weepers of the most vivid green, which give life and beauty to the sternest stone. To the Gold Coast for Gold A Personal Narrative in Two Volumes.—Volume I
  • The computerization agency has put together customized packages of software for 22 business lines, including real estate brokers, eyeglass shops, beauty parlors, sports clubs, and restaurants.
  • Then snatching up some of the flowers, which ornamented the table, he swore that Juba should henceforward be called Anacreon, and that he deserved to be crowned with roses by the hand of beauty. Tales and Novels — Volume 03
  • The real beauty of the system is how it standardizes previously scattershot methods of collecting and storing data.
  • In external beauty, in paper, type, presswork, and binding, and all that belongs to solid and elegant book-making, the volume is a fine specimen of German skill, good taste, and thoroughness. The Great Round World and What Is Going On In It, Vol. 2, No. 10, March 10, 1898 A Weekly Magazine for Boys and Girls
  • The beauty spot has been discovered by a TV programme.
  • We feel the man's pomposity and age, taste the heat and sweat of his desperation in the grip of beauty and decay. Times, Sunday Times
  • It emphasized how to embody the beauty of music in poster color language.
  • What we call the pursuit of truth, or the creation of truth, what we call the pursuit of beauty or the creation of beauty, is always a The Complex Vision
  • Certainly, Theotimus, beauty is without effect, unprofitable and dead, if light and splendour do not make it lively and effective, whence we term colours lively when they have light and lustre. Treatise on the Love of God
  • In doing so, Blatherwick has made you aware of the strange beauty and vulgarity of otherwise unnoticeable, routine human impulses.
  • It was beauty parade time yesterday. Times, Sunday Times
  • All three women went on to retrain in a variety of beauty and holistic healing therapies, before relocating to Dublin.
  • She returned to court nevertheless, and constantly denying her marriage, fought it out with the effrontery which is so easily forgiven, in fashionable life, to youth, wit, and beauty. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 55, No. 340, February, 1844
  • The beauty of the moon ensorcelled her.
  • Rose of Ireland and the White Rose of Devon, a noted Society phrasemonger had dubbed them, seeing them together on the lawn one Ascot Cup Day, their light draperies and delicate ribbons whip-whipping in the pleasant June breeze, ivory-skinned, jetty-locked Celtic beauty and blue-eyed, flaxen-locked Saxon fairness in charming, confidential juxtaposition under one lace sunshade, lined with what has been the last new fashionable colour under twenty names, since then; only that year they called it _Rose fané_. The Dop Doctor
  • An hour south is the Blue Lagoon, a lake with steam vents that has been developed into a beach, healing bath, and beauty spa with deck chairs, a bar, a cafeteria, massages, mud packs, and even a gift shop.
  • They rocked the world with Fantasia and Snow White and Lady and the Tramp, but Mulan and the Lion King and Beauty and the Beast were rather lame as far as I've heard.
  • Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but the allure of affordable-luxury businesses such as day spas and beauty salons is positively irresistible.
  • I think they definitely loved the beauty and the glamour and the clothes and the sets.
  • Let me change the subject away from race, to Leroi's provocative remarks about beauty and deformity.
  • The natural beauty is attractive to both visitors and locals alike and the outdoor life draws people from their warm hearths in almost all weather conditions.
  • I believe that war is in Latin called bellum, not by antiphrasis, as some patchers of old rusty Latin would have us to think, because in war there is little beauty to be seen, but absolutely and simply; for that in war appeareth all that is good and graceful, and that by the wars is purged out all manner of wickedness and deformity. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • The result is a wilderness of ethereal beauty, teeming with wildlife that regards human beings as curious oddities, and a haunting loneliness that is almost tangible. Times, Sunday Times
  • I used beauty,' she says of her diplomatic technique. Times, Sunday Times
  • The kiss of a young prince awakens Sleeping Beauty.
  • Handicrafts have been directed not only to fulfil one's daily requirement but to add beauty and brightness in the otherwise dull and drab existence.
  • As the interest in wooden boats and yawls grows, the Baltimore Traditional Boat Festival, held at the end of May, provides an excellent showcase for the craftsmanship, beauty and line of these vessels.
  • It was a building of singular grace and beauty.
  • YOU can buy big-ticket beauty items for bargain prices if you shop online and not at store counters. The Sun
  • The beauty here is the balance of juicy green apples, grapefruit, peaches and pineapple all anchored by brilliant acidity.
  • I am sometimes tempted to claim there is an inverse ratio of religious devotion to natural beauty. Christianity Today
  • The beauty of stretch is that you can wear your jeans a lot tighter without sacrificing comfort.
  • Emerging from the beauty shop resplendent in a new coiffure , a woman was confronted by a neighbor.
  • I had made these with my own hands, and styled them on the Ethiopian model of beauty, full and floccose. River God
  • You will be amazed at the beauty and crispness of this hand carved wood floral rose wreath.
  • Before her departure to Spain she ran a successful beauty clinic with her sister Deirdre who ran a hairdressers salon at New Line Road.
  • This exceptional but as yet uncelebrated baritone rejoices in a lean, spinning, perfectly focused tone of unfailing natural beauty and vibrancy, while his grasp of Verdi style and phrasing is all but complete.

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