And collars rose up and blossomed wide to beautifully frame the face.
It makes a beautifully lucid case for politics as the antithesis of beauty in human life.
Above the cliffs at Omaha Beach is the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial, beautifully landscaped by Markely Stevenson.
Abu Assad also beautifully depicts what it feels like to navigate the outdoor terrain as a local.
A beautifully written account, The Black Nile is all at once thrilling, sad, and—most of all—thoughtful.
She was beautifully correct, but she could not make a sentence breathe.
The country on both sides is beautifully wooded, and very verdant.
In ordinary light, the front of the glacier is beautifully blue.
Why, if Dick could only work his ears he could fan himself with it beautifully.
Dress me beautifully, decorate me that I may find favour with Ahmed.
An exclamation of approval and gratification (mid-1800s+)
A good-looking woman •Used in direct address: Where've you been all my life, beautiful? (1920s+)