Definition of beauty spot in English:

beauty spot

Line breaks: beauty spot


1British A place known for its beautiful scenery.
More example sentences
  • The campaign to keep the site as a publicly-managed beauty spot was sparked by fears it would be sold off and closed to the public.
  • A steel fence has been put round a Cheshire beauty spot by a developer involved in a long-running planning battle over the site.
  • Residents in Wootton Bassett say any development on a beauty spot will spoil the local landscape and create traffic chaos.
2A small natural or artificial mark such as a mole on a woman’s face, considered to enhance her attractiveness.
More example sentences
  • My face and hair was done much the same as Claire's, and I sported an artificial beauty spot positioned just under my right eye.
  • Finally, the mole beneath her mouth was downgraded from beauty spot to powdered pimple.
  • The lights have made Andromeda sweat, and her beauty spot is blurry and shaped more like a jellybean than a circle.

Definition of beauty spot in:

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove adverts and access premium resources

Word of the day demoralize
Pronunciation: dɪˈmɒrəlʌɪz
cause (someone) to lose confidence or hope