Before she went on a plastic-surgery binge, Heidi had to tell her beau Spencer he might be a babydaddy.
GWS and beau opted for the couples lemongrass body-wrap and massage.
Whatever the reason, Burton was committed enough to leave tiny Bunker Hill to seek out her beau.
And de Lesseps recently met a beau, a Frenchman—and, as luck would have it, one who doesn't watch television.
These days, the onetime Lance Bass beau is mostly modeling and, naturally, talking to producers about a reality TV pilot.
Men knew him as one who set the fashions in dress and manners, so that he had been compared to beau Brummel.
By what I can pick out of your flowery description, your brother is no beau.
It was in the same hand as the others, it was the writing of his rival, Von Kindar, her beau cousin.
I chose the latter, on account of the beau monde which the soldier had boasted of.
Well, if she does, I shall perhaps have a glimpse at the beau monde.
"attendant suitor of a lady," 1720, from French beau "the beautiful," noun use of an adjective, from Old French bel "beautiful, handsome, fair, genuine, real" (11c.), from Latin bellus "handsome, fine, pretty, agreeable," diminutive of bonus "good" (see bene-). Meaning "man who attends excessively to dress, etiquette, etc.; a fop; a dandy" is from 1680s, short for French beau garçon "pretty boy" (1660s).