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  • noun Plural form of beautifier.


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  • They nurtured the craft back to life and preserved the “garish” signs that zealous civic beautifiers had tried to wipe out.

    Signs of Our Times

  • It was not a very long time before these appearances ensued; but it WAS a VERY long time before Joe looked five years older, or Dolly either, or the locksmith either, or his wife either: for cheerfulness and content are great beautifiers, and are famous preservers of youthful looks, depend upon it.

    Barnaby Rudge

  • Sixtus and Julius II were the great beautifiers of Rome: Sistine Chapel (c. 1473); paving and widening of streets and squares; patronage of Ghirlandaio, Botticelli, Perugino, Pinturicchio, et al. 8


  • Perhaps it was because of the way he looked at her; the most potent of beautifiers, she thought, is to be smiled at by a desirable man.

    Life Support

  • Not alone for the sake of their nuts are they important, valuable as nuts are, but also for the sake of the unmatched timber which some of them produce, as well as for the sake of their service as soil conservers and builders, as beautifiers, and as silent, persistent builders of capital values.

    Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 44th Annual Meeting Rochester, N.Y. August 31 and September 1, 1953

  • If women would put less dependence on artificial beautifiers and more on scientific massage, they would get much better results.

    Maintaining Health Formerly Health and Efficiency

  • The much advertised "complexion beautifiers" which are applied directly to the face frequently have the effect of clogging the pores and of causing eruptions of the skin.

    Physiology and Hygiene for Secondary Schools

  • The penny paper advertised fifty-two foods, garments, whiskies, patent medicines, or beautifiers urged upon health grounds.

    Civics and Health

  • "Nose beautifiers -- he means handkerchiefs," explained Ikey.

    Andy at Yale Or, The Great Quadrangle Mystery

  • But my husband, with a dangerous light in his eye, insisted on leaving four bits on the edge of the shelf loaded down with bottled beautifiers, and escorted us out to the muddy old devil-wagon where Dinkie sat awaiting us.

    The Prairie Child


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