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Han builds the tension in this story slowly, but he builds it with exquisite care, and it’s entirely worth the investment.

I craved the kind of exquisite views and deep solitude that only come from schlepping your stuff deep into the backcountry.

He’s been making sushi for a long time in his small, exquisite restaurant, which is inside a subway station in Tokyo.

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On the brand’s page, you will find exquisite user-generated travel images from all parts of the world, inspiring its potential and loyal customers.

Still, the device represents a promising proof-of-concept that suggests that we may soon be able to replicate and even better one of nature’s most exquisite designs.

Welcome to the exquisite hell of being director of the Central Intelligence Agency today.

Like many successful tailors, his attention to detail is exquisite.

According to Wynd, “Freddie Mercury once said he wanted to lead a Victorian life surrounded by exquisite clutter.”

With its exquisite landscapes, birds-eye view and soothing cinematic music, Drone Boning makes sex look like art.

With exquisite timing, religious historian Karen Armstrong steps forth with Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence.

At the same time he realised that she had never seemed so adorably lovely, so exquisite, so out of his reach.

While the refined exquisite was giving his order, a jolly western drover had listened with opened mouth and protruding eyes.

He saw Lettice and his cousin helping towards this exquisite deliverance somehow.

Her exquisite, frail beauty held a strength that mocked the worship in his eyes and voice.

The sides generally rather shallow, heads of exquisite form and well defined.

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On this page you'll find 179 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exquisite, such as: admirable, charming, delicate, delicious, elegant, and ethereal.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.