[byoo-tee-uh s, -tyuh s]
Origin of beauteous
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So begins “Song For Zula,” a beauteous six-minute ballad courtesy of Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Matthew Houck and co.The 13 Best Songs of 2013: Lorde, Kanye West, Beyoncé, and More
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And, while there are many startlingly violent scenes, they are juxtaposed with beauteous ones.‘12 Years a Slave,’ Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Fassbender, Is Mesmerizing
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“Bring the drugs baby, I can bring my pain,” The Weeknd sings in his beauteous, soaring voice, backed by off-key sonic beats.Best Music Albums of 2011: The Weeknd, Drake, Britney Spears, and More
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We were both very taken with Anson, he was tall and beauteous and very, very young.The Extinction Parade: An Original Zombie Story by Max Brooks
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Sweet and smiling are thy ways, Beauteous, golden, Autumn days!Farm Ballads
Beauteous and snowy was the person of the fair: her form was delicate, and her limbs were tender.
It was in a late excursion of this kind that he had beheld the beauteous Imogen.
In vain they woo him with their beauteous eyes and breath of perfume.
Fools and unwise are they who choose not beauteous men to be their generals.The Symposium
- a poetic word for beautiful
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Word Origin and History for beauteous
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