01. Her [beauty] is a result of her excellent health and friendly character.
02. Their daughter is a real [beauty] who is always surrounded by boys.
03. Long Beach is well known for its great natural [beauty].
04. Hockey star Sergei Federov was briefly married to tennis [beauty] Anna Kournekova in 2002.
05. The pearls produced in Bahrain are world-famous for their brilliance and [beauty].
06. Anne went to the spa for a special [beauty] treatment.
07. The [beauty] of working overseas is that you can experience everyday life in another culture.
08. Kids need to spend time outdoors in order to develop an appreciation for the [beauties] of nature.
09. The weather was simply [beautiful] during our holidays.
10. We went swimming yesterday, and the water in the lake was [beautifully] refreshing.
11. The addition of hanging flower baskets has really helped to [beautify] the old building.
12. The government has budgeted over two million dollars towards [beautification] of the old section of the city.
13. There is a [beautiful] little park adjacent to the house we're going to buy.
14. The book is [beautifully] illustrated with original drawings by the author.
15. My grandmother has a [beautiful] album of photographs of San Francisco in the late 1800s.
16. There are always a lot of [beautiful] girls hanging around the modeling agency downtown.
17. You will be amazed when you hear Sarah sing; she has a [beautiful] voice.
18. She looks really [beautiful] when she smiles.
19. Sharon was [beautifully] dressed in a long black skirt and a matching blouse.
20. He scored a [beautiful] goal in the last minute of the game.
21. We bought a [beautiful] antique lamp in a little store on Fort Street.
22. Guyana has some of the highest and most [beautiful] waterfalls in the world.
23. The goalkeeper's last stop was a real [beaut].
24. According to anthropologists, there appears to be a universal definition of human [beauty].
25. Monaco is known for its mild climate, [beautiful] scenery, and elegant casinos.
26. The jaguar is one of the most [beautiful] and mysterious animals found in nature.
27. Albert Einstein once remarked that the most [beautiful] thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.
28. Frank Lloyd Wright once said, "The longer I live, the more [beautiful] life becomes."
29. Henry James once suggested that the two most [beautiful] words in the English language are 'summer afternoon'.
30. Confucius once noted that everything has its [beauty], but not everyone sees it.
31. Helen Keller once stated that the best and most [beautiful] things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt within the heart.
32. Eleanor Roosevelt once said that the future belongs to those who believe in the [beauty] of their dreams.
33. Fay Weldon once claimed that [beauty] is the first present that nature gives to women and the first it takes away.
34. Fashion model Kathy Ireland once stated that [beauty] comes in all ages, colors, shapes, and forms. God never makes junk.
35. A Saudi Arabian proverb notes that [beauty] is power.
36. A Chinese proverb tells us that women are as [beautiful] as flowers when they are forty years old.
37. A Danish proverb remarks that [beauty] without honesty is like a rose without perfume.
38. An old proverb tells us that [beauty] is only skin deep.
39. An Estonian proverb warns that one cannot make soup out of [beauty].
40. A French Proverb states that what you love is always [beautiful].
41. The island nation of Jamaica is well known for its great natural [beauty].
42. A translation of the name of the island nation of Sri Lanka is '[beautiful] country'.
43. Women in ancient Rome went to shops that sold [beauty] products such as hair dyes and face creams.
44. In 1500 B.C. in Egypt, a shaved head for women was a sign of [beauty].
45. Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love and [beauty].
46. In 1999, Americans spent $1 billion on [beauty] items for fingernails.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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