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
Recent Examples of mystique from the Web
Cons: Swirling around the mystique of Augusta are plenty of misconceptions.
Hicks is often photographed but almost never interviewed on the record, which only adds to her mystique.
But the introspective, somewhat melancholy quality of Morris’ work, as well as her movie-star good looks, worked to her advantage, drawing audiences to her mystique.
But the work of building up the mystique of Tepoztlán, that’s on us.
But in recent years, as terror threats persisted and the economy still struggled, his mystique has worn thin.
Take one component of the Swiss mystique: banking secrecy.
The years that followed brought a deal with Interscope Records and a pair of albums exploring that definitively left coast mystique.
And that tension can be particularly strong in Silicon Valley, where the mystique of the (usually male) creative-genius founder holds tremendous sway.
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Origin and Etymology of mystique
MYSTIQUE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mystique for English Language Learners
: a special quality that makes a person or thing interesting or exciting
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