- good or attractive personal appearance; handsomeness or beauty.
Origin of good looks
First recorded in 1790–1800
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Examples from the Web for good looks
No doubt he was good-looking,—but his good-looks were almost repulsive to her.The American Senator</p>
Her lovers succeeded one another with quite bewildering rapidity, and with little regard either to rank or good-looks.
He bore the proudest name in Italy, and he had wealth, good-looks, and high connections to lend a glamour to his birth.
By his height he was ten years old: by his face with its evil mud-lark pallor and good-looks, he was forty.Sea and Sardinia
D. H. Lawrence
Oliver Hilditch's good-looks had been the subject of many press comments during the last few days.The Evil Shepherd
E. Phillips Oppenheim
- personal attractiveness or beauty
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