His keen eyes had perceived Mary Turner's graces of form, her loveliness of face.
All loveliness, all grace, all majesty are there; but we cannot see, cannot conceive—come away!
Nothing could exceed in loveliness the situation of this lake.
At night, in his dreams, she returns, but never for a season may he look on her face of loveliness.
But if the loveliness of her character should have purified his, and drawn and bound his soul to hers?
Her whole figure had a life, an expression, a loveliness, that it is impossible to conceive.
How from my despair are thy peace and loveliness frightened!
How delightful it is to be young in a world so full of loveliness!
You'll be their youth, Glory, their strength, their loveliness!
Yet not therefore, as a man might fondly deem, has it less of the character of loveliness.