(Informal) Something beautiful.
1. Delighting the senses or exciting intellectual or emotional admiration.
2. Aesthetically pleasing.
3. (Of weather) Highly enjoyable; very pleasant; SYN. fine.
1. According with custom or propriety; SYN. comely, comme il faut, decent, decorous, seemly.
2. Displaying or setting off to best advantage.
unit of noise intensity equal to ten decibels
Written and regarded for aesthetic value rather than content.
ETYM Spelled bonnie by the Scotch.
Very pleasing to the eye; SYN. bonnie, comely, fair.
1. Brightly colored and showy; SYN. braw, gay.
2. Possessing or displaying courage; able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching; SYN. courageous, fearless.
(Scottish) Fine; splendid.
1. Pleasing or agreeable to the sight; well-proportioned; good-looking; handsome.
2. Suitable or becoming; proper; agreeable.
ETYM An abbrev. of acute.
Obviously contrived to charm; SYN. precious.
1. Dreamy in mood or nature; SYN. moony, woolgathering.
2. Lacking spirit or liveliness; SYN. lackadaisical, languid, languorous.
3. Quiet and relaxing.
1. Darling, cute
2. Satisfactory, fine
1. Concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste; SYN. aesthetic, aesthetical, esthetical.
2. Relating to or dealing with the subject of esthetics; SYN. aesthetic.
3. Esthetically pleasing; SYN. aesthetic, artistic, pleasing.
4. Aesthetic; pertaining to beauty or appreciation of beauty, or to pure sensation
1. Free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; or conforming with established standards or rules; SYN. just.
2. More than adequate in quality.
3. Not excessive or extreme; SYN. fairish, reasonable.
4. Visually appealing; SYN. sightly.
5. Attractively feminine (especially in the phrase).
6. Free of clouds or rain.
7. (Used of hair or skin) Pale or light-colored; SYN. fairish.
8. (Of a baseball) Hit between the foul lines.
1. Very thin in gauge or diameter; SYN. tenuous.
2. Minutely precise especially in differences in meaning
3. Of texture; being small-grained or smooth to the touch or having fine particles
4. Very small
5. Characterized by elegance or refinement
6. Superior in skill or ability or accomplishment
7. Superior to the average; SYN. good.
8. Trained to the highest degree of physical excellence
9. Used ironically; SYN. pretty.
10. (Metallurgy) Having a high or specified degree of purity; SYN. f.
1. Agreeable or pleasing
2. Appealing to the mind; SYN. serious.
3. Capable of pleasing
4. Generally admired
5. Having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified
6. In excellent physical condition; SYN. sound.
7. Morally admirable.
8. Most suitable or right for a particular purpose; SYN. right, ripe.
9. Not forged
10. Not left to spoil; SYN. unspoiled, unspoilt.
11. Of moral excellence; SYN. just, upright, virtuous.
12. Resulting favorably; SYN. well.
14. Used of clothing; SYN. go-to-meeting, Sunday, Sunday-go-to-meeting.
Feeling healthy and free of aches and pains
Having a pleasing or attractive appearance.
Large in amount or extent or degree; SYN. goodish, hefty, respectable, sizable, sizeable, tidy.
1. Agreeable to the eye or to correct taste; having a pleasing appearance or expression; attractive.
2. Suitable or fit in action; marked with propriety and ease; graceful; becoming; appropriate.
3. Showing generosity or nobleness of character; liberal; generous.
1. Has a good chance of being the case or of coming about; SYN. probable.
2. Within the realm of credibility; SYN. plausible.
Beautiful; having an inner beauty; delightful and charming; wonderful
Appealing to the emotions as well as the eye.
1. Clean or orderly.
2. Free from what is tawdry or unbecoming; SYN. refined, tasteful.
3. Showing care in execution.
4. Without water; SYN. straight, full-strength.
1. Done with delicacy and skill; SYN. skillful.
2. Pleasant or pleasing or agreeable in nature or appearance; SYN. pleasant, agreeable, charming, affable, amenable.
3. Possessing, marked by, or demanding great or excessive precision and delicacy.
(Of persons) Pleasant in appearance and personality.
ETYM French plaisant. Related to Please.
1. Affording pleasure; being in harmony with one's taste or likings.
2. Pleasant in manner or behavior.
Showing regard for others in manners, speech, behavior, etc.
Showing or characterized by correct social usage; marked by an appearance of consideration, tact, deference, or courtesy; marked by a lack of roughness or crudities
ETYM Old Fren. precious, precius, precios, French précieux, Latin pretiosus, from pretium price, worth, value. Related to Price.
Of high worth or cost.
Pleasing by delicacy or grace; not imposing
Smart and fashionable; SYN. whipping.