That's right: The blind Darwinian process somehow gave rise to the world's most gorgeous dog.
It is not uncommon to see groups of clerics enjoying the gorgeous views of ancient Roman ruins from the villa terrace.
The artwork itself is gorgeous, but the fact that the exhibit exists in the first place is a bit of an anomaly––at least on paper.
My children are happy and thriving and healthy and gorgeous.
So, offer to bring a gorgeous pie (or cobbler, crisp, crumble, tart, compote or charlotte) to your next potluck invite.
He finds a magnificent palace, where he is splendidly guested by unseen hands, and at last conducted to a gorgeous bedchamber.
Forget the glowing, gorgeous, beautiful young woman she has become?
The gorgeous magnificence of the Spanish nobles found but little favor in the eyes of the sovereigns.
But where gorgeous colors were used, they were always of rich quality.
Here the gorgeous hybiscus spread out its glowing bosomthere the blushing frangipanne loaded the air with its rich fragrance.
late 15c., "splendid, showy" (of clothing), from Middle French gorgias "elegant, fashionable," of unknown origin; perhaps literally "necklace" (and thus "fond of jewelry"), from Old French gorge "bosom, throat," also "something adorning the throat." A connection to the Greek proper name Gorgias (supposedly in reference to a notorious sophist) also has been proposed. Related: Gorgeousness.