Examples of gorgeous in a Sentence
- The difference in appearance can be dramatic, as I saw on a visit to the small, modern factory where Pineider prints its stationery, in a gorgeous part of Tuscany near Florence and bordering Chianti. —Corby Kummer, Atlantic, May 2001
- In the Arlberg … my wife and I were taken to the most perfect dinner by an elderly Viennese couple and their gorgeous young daughter, whom we had met in Washington. —Geoffrey Wolff, Granta, Autumn 1990
- Banks of gorgeous flowers were on every hand, and birds with rare and brilliant plumage sang and fluttered in the trees and bushes. —L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, 1900
Your baby is absolutely gorgeous!
sunsets in Hawaii are just gorgeous
Recent Examples of gorgeous from the Web
The gowns were always gorgeous and that face was always beat like the confederacy.
Many of the posts used a recent photo of Selena relaxing on a yacht looking gorgeous and very carefree.
The front of the card features a gorgeous and black and white photo of Harry and Meghan on their wedding day at Windsor Castle and, on the back, there's a touching message for their supporters.
The beaches are downright gorgeous, and cleaner and more surfable than most back home.
Well, these are quite gorgeous and made really well.
But there’s something therapeutic about watching bumper-to-bumper humanity from 70 stories up in a gorgeous and glamorous hotel lobby.
The bottom line is this: Legs crossed or uncrossed, Meghan looked simply gorgeous and perfectly regal today.
There are deep, gorgeous, and surprising colors in the environments—think Blade Runner 2049, a bit.
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Did You Know?
In the late Middle Ages many women wore a type of headdress—called a wimple in English—that surrounded the neck and head, leaving only the face uncovered. The word gorgias, from gorge, meaning “throat,” was the French name for the part of the headdress that covered the throat and shoulders. In time it also came to be used as a name for the entire garment. A beautiful headdress was so much the mark of a fashionable lady that Gorgias then became an adjective meaning “elegant” or “fond of dress.” Borrowed into English as gorgayse and then gorgeous, the word gradually took on the meaning of “beautiful” that it has today.
aesthetic (also esthetic), attractive, beauteous, beautiful, comely, cute, drop-dead, fair, fetching, good, good-looking, goodly, handsome, knockout, lovely, lovesome, pretty, ravishing, seemly, sightly, stunning, taking, well-favored;
abhorrent, abominable, bad, disagreeable, disgusting, dreadful, foul, frightful, ghastly, horrible, loathsome, nasty, nauseating, objectionable, offensive, repellent (also repellant), repugnant, repulsive, revolting, shocking, sickening, terrible, vile;
Synonym Discussion of gorgeous
- the wedding was a splendid occasion
- resplendent in her jewelry
- a gorgeous red dress
- a glorious sunset
- a vision of sublime beauty
- her singing was superb
GORGEOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gorgeous for English Language Learners
: very beautiful or attractive
: very enjoyable or pleasant
GORGEOUS Defined for Kids
Seen and Heard
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