They were earnestly asked to leave, and they responded with picturesque figures of speech.
By bike, car, or foot, you can take in what feels like a picturesque village addendum to the sprawling metropolis across the Bay.
Though Walker says she adores her picturesque home in Hawaii, she is considering returning to a world filled with more people.
A week later Gill, 32, was taking a break in the Lake District, a picturesque sweep of mountains outside Manchester.
The society is set in a picturesque medieval mini castle not far from the Palazzo Vecchio.
"Him go bang," he explained, as usual explicit and picturesque in his English.
There are several waterfalls, unsurpassed for picturesque beauty.
Every thing unsightly seemed to have been removed, and only what was most graceful and picturesque allowed to remain.
It is full of variety, full of incident, full of the picturesque.
He had already requisitioned some of the Gartley children as models, and was in ecstasies over their picturesque appearance.
1703, on pattern of French pittoresque, a loan-word from Italian pittoresco, literally "pictorial" (1660s), from pittore "painter," from Latin pictorem (nominative pictor); see painter (n.1). As a noun from 1749. Related: Picturesquely; picturesqueness.