Definitions

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  • noun Archaic spelling of beauty.

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Examples

  • Courfeyrac had, in fact, that animation of youth which may be called the beaute du diable of the mind.

    Les Miserables

  • Possibly, in former days, she might have possessed that fleeting attraction called the beaute du diable; but now she looked almost as old as her wretched mother-in-law.

    Monsieur Lecoq

  • Courfeyrac had, in fact, that animation of youth which may be called the beaute du diable of the mind.

    Les Miserables, Volume III, Marius

  • Courfeyrac had, in fact, that animation of youth which may be called the beaute du diable of the mind.

    Les Misérables

  • Vous racontez bien la beaute et la verite dans la vie.

    la routine - French Word-A-Day

  • C'est le soin que vous avez mis, le temps que vous avez pris - la presentation qui fait ressortir la beaute de la nourriture.

    mousse - French Word-A-Day

  • C'est le soin que vous avez mis, le temps que vous avez pris - la presentation qui fait ressortir la beaute de la nourriture.

    mousse - French Word-A-Day

  • The first time I went to a salon de beaute 'for un'epilation, when the beautician asked which body parts I answered "demi-jambe et les airelles".

    arrosoir - French Word-A-Day

  • I, too, love shopping for makeups, but I stray away from haute-beaute brands unless I get them for free for practicality's sake.

    10 tips (How to buy cosmetics)

  • Vous racontez bien la beaute et la verite dans la vie.

    la routine - French Word-A-Day

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