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ravishing

adjective rav·ish·ing \ˈra-vi-shiŋ\

: very beautiful

Full Definition of RAVISHING

:  unusually attractive, pleasing, or striking
rav·ish·ing·ly \-shiŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of RAVISHING

  1. She is a ravishing beauty.
  2. a ravishing view of the ocean

First Known Use of RAVISHING

14th century

Related to RAVISHING

Synonyms
aesthetic (also esthetic or aesthetical or esthetical), attractive, beauteous, bonny (also bonnie) [chiefly British], comely, cute, drop-dead, fair, fetching, good, good-looking, goodly, gorgeous, handsome, knockout, likely, lovely, lovesome, pretty, beautiful, seemly, sightly, stunning, taking, well-favored
Antonyms
grotesque, hideous, homely, ill-favored, plain, ugly, unaesthetic, unattractive, unbeautiful, uncomely, uncute, unhandsome, unlovely, unpleasing, unpretty, unsightly
RAVISHINGLY Defined for Kids

ravishing

adjective rav·ish·ing \ˈra-vi-shiŋ\

Definition of RAVISHING for Kids

:  very beautiful

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