Definition of beauteous in English:

beauteous

Line breaks: beaut|eous
Pronunciation: /ˈbjuːtɪəs
 
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adjective

literary
Beautiful: his beauteous bride
More example sentences
  • With the doc are his beauteous, pretty-in-pink daughter, Miranda, and a roller-skating, ever-logical robot, Ariel.
  • This beauteous, beguiling album has sat on the subs' bench awaiting a review call-up since early February, and how remiss it was to fail to alert you to the spring in its step until now.
  • But on the descent it's beauteous, because you can slide down it like a skier.

Origin

late Middle English: from beauty, on the pattern of bounteous and plenteous.

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