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comeliness

[ kuhm-lee-nis ]
/ ˈkʌm li nɪs /
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noun
the quality of being attractive or pleasing in appearance:Her friend, a middle-aged woman, had retained much of her youthful comeliness.In spite of their perceived lack of comeliness, ridgebacks are well known for their ability to hunt and guard.
the quality of being seemly or proper in behavior:The word in Arabic carries the meanings of virtue, beauty, goodness, comeliness, and “doing what is beautiful” all at once.
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