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pulchritude


The plastic surgeon thinks of herself, not as a doctor, but as a purveyor of pulchritude.
  physical beauty (especially of a woman)
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pulchritude pulchritudinous
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  • The plastic surgeon thinks of herself, not as a doctor, but as a purveyor of pulchritude.
  • VIRAG: (Prompts in a pig’s whisper) Insects of the day spend their brief existence in reiterated coition, lured by the smell of the inferiorly pulchritudinous fumale possessing extendified pudendal nerve in dorsal region.
    James Joyce  --  Ulysses
  • "The first example in each series," Mike offered, "would be, on the basis of my associational analyses of such data, of such pulchritudinous value as to please any healthy, mature human male."
    Robert A. Heinlein  --  The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
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Associated words [difficulty]:   pulchritude
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