Thesaurus / beauties


They had an air of showing him about Princeton as if he must absorb its beauties for the last time.

The Guarded HeightsWadsworth Camp

A man should have this picture a twelvemonth in his collection before he can discover half its beauties!'

Thus the most sensuous of beauties can be full of sentimental suggestion.

The Sense of BeautyGeorge Santayana

So I shall, and I mean to have it too, and see all the beauties of which I have heard.

Left to OurselvesCatharine Shaw

The beauties of the Bible have charmed the critical of all ages.

The Golden CenserJohn McGovern

During this visit to Europe, he greatly enjoyed rambles over the country roads, admiring the beauties of the surrounding scenery.

Gathering JewelsJames Knowles and Matilda Darroch Knowles

The Indian ladies don't have their hair curled every day, like the beauties of our Brazilian cities.

These beauties passed all too rapidly, the green expanse of the Wet Mountain valley opened before us.

Some beauties yet no precepts can declare, For there's a happiness as well as care.

An Essay on CriticismAlexander Pope

He was more alive to the beauties of nature than he had once been, or at least more inclined to comment upon them.

George Washington: FarmerPaul Leland Haworth


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