lovely

[ luhv-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF lovely

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOVELY

Philothea's tall figure was a lovely union of majesty and grace.

Did he tell you how to make a lovely asparagus short-cake or something?

That graceful maiden is too lovely for any destiny meaner than a royal marriage.

Never is the city so lovely as in this month of May, when all the trees are in the fullness of their foliage.

Her first thought was of the lovely things of the country and the joy of them.

The God of truth cannot love the unlovely in the same way as he loves the lovely.

The false cannot inherit the true nor the unclean the lovely.

He looked from the window, and saw in the east the first glimmer of a lovely spring-day.

He'd hide me somewhere outside the city, he'd bury alive the most lovely of women.

Like is a feeble word to voice one's impressions of the land of lovely women.

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