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How you can describe beauty of woman in your words

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Asked by uday joshi, 15 Jul '10 11:21 am
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Simple , Proper flesh at Proper places Makes women beautiful.
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 15 Jul '10 11:31 am

 
  
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Pretty, lovely, gorgeous, good-looking, fine-looking, winsome, attractive, appealing, pleasant, pleasing, endearing, charming, angelic, sexy, divine, stunning, statuesque, finely chiselled, fine-featured, striking, captivating, fascinating, enchanting, shapely, and buxom, among others. Of course, each word has a different shade of meaning.

Thus, shapely, sexy, and buxom relate to the shape of her body, while good-looking, lovely, and stunning emphasize the face. Endearing, charming, maybe fascinating, may relate to non-physical attributes, such as personality, but nonetheless somehow convey some beauty, as I understand these terms.
Need we name names? Sophia Loren is beautiful. Nicole Kidman, Rita Hayworth, Catherine Zeta Jones, Marilyn Monroe, and Halle Berry are beautiful too.
Answered by ceenam, 15 Jul '10 11:25 am

 
  
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Describing a women depends on the women and the narrator who narrates her.
Answered by Ranjith, 15 Jul '10 11:24 am

 
  
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Pretty, lovely, gorgeous, good-looking, fine-looking, winsome, attractive, appealing, pleasant, pleasing, endearing, charming, angelic, sexy, divine, stunning, statuesque, finely chiselled, fine-featured, striking, captivating, fascinating, enchanting, shapely, and buxom, among others. Of course, each word has a different shade of meaning.

Thus, shapely, sexy, and buxom relate to the shape of her body, while good-looking, lovely, and stunning emphasize the face. Endearing, charming, maybe fascinating, may relate to non-physical attributes, such as personality, but nonetheless somehow convey some beauty, as I understand these terms
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 18 Oct '13 08:22 pm

 
  
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