Examples of mystique in a Sentence
There's a certain mystique to people who fight fires.
No one has been able to copy the legendary singer's mystique.
the mystique of mountain climbing
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The fact that this pair were the aunt and cousin of the former first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis and her sister, the socialite Lee Radziwill, added to their peculiar mystique.
An easy win in the Belmont Stakes only added to his what-could’ve-been mystique.
Nixon seemed doubly advantaged–a star accustomed to sharing her mystique with her public, and an insurgent candidate making connections not available to a traditional politician.
And her willingness to be vulnerable and bare her soul only amplifies her mystique.
The light design, too, was in thrall of her Gothic mystique, pulsing and roaming ever so slightly in deep shades of red, white and blue.
Though 19th-century creators of croquet shoes would never have predicted today’s sneaker-style fanaticism, Smith believes that sneakers have carried a certain mystique beyond their utilitarian purpose since their invention.
When the likes of Ketel Marte and Jeff Mathis are taking you deep back-to-back, a certain amount of mystique is lost, and that has appeared to carry over to this season.
Today, the good doctor, a six-time Grammy winner, is one of the most recognizable faces, and voices, of New Orleans, the conjurer of a musical mystique that continues to capture the imagination.
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Origin and Etymology of mystique
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Definition of mystique for English Language Learners
: a special quality that makes a person or thing interesting or exciting
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