Origin of beaut
Examples from the Web for beaut
They said it was a ‘beaut of a day’, though, and urged us to come tomorrow and repeat the program.Our Next-Door Neighbors|Belle Kanaris Maniates
Just as you are attracted by her beaut—by her appearance and manner, she is attracted by yours.'Our Mutual Friend|Charles Dickens
Beaut jumped up from the log and strode before the trembling figure.
For the first time the marble image of “beaut impassible” trembled in the hands of the poets.Paul Verlaine|Stefan Zweig
For a moment Beaut McGregor had given them a peep under the crust of civilisation that awoke an age-old trembling in their hearts.
British Dictionary definitions for beaut
Word Origin and History for beaut
1866, abbreviated form of beauty in the sense of "a beautiful thing or person."