The manager intimated that what I lacked in voice I made up in pulchritude, though I recall he referred to it as "shape."
She thrust it out and strove to find encouragement in its pulchritude.
In a race of beings so little modeled after the accepted lines of pulchritude, all this was laughable.
I have never had any money and my particular kind of pulchritude doesn't appeal to them.
From the beginning he and his friends have capitalized his poverty of pulchritude and his pulchritudinous poverty.
If he has any, her crude manoeuvres make him laugh and he is repelled by her lack of pulchritude and amiability.
Her pulchritude has a background of good character and she is alive with the spirit of the New World.
pulchritude begins in childhood with the Californian, grows and strengthens through youth to middle age.
Not that any lady's pulchritude is a handicap to a stage career or in any way undesirable.
"beauty," c.1400, from Latin pulchritudo "beauty; excellence, attractiveness," from pulcher "beautiful," of unknown origin.