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- n. the degree or property of being exquisite
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Quality of being exquisite.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being exquisite.
- n. Nicety of perception or discrimination.
- n. Keenness; sharpness; extremity: as, exquisiteness of pain or grief.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. extreme beauty of a delicate sort
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I think the beautifully written description of the lovely garden strengthens the story – that amidst such fine exquisiteness there are horrors.
I clearly don't really care about the exquisiteness of my surrounding environment or I would have hung up those pictures months ago.
Designed with a lavish, yet traditional approach, using Mahogany wood interiors, plenty of curves that draw away from the straight lines and more regal texture all around, it really draws attention with an excellent use of ambient lighting that accentuates their exquisiteness manifold.
Create such lovely and dazzling patterns in the backdrop of natural sunlight, blinds and shutters could further add to the exquisiteness of the room.
Art Deco, Estate, and Vintage rings that offer genuine charm and a unique exquisiteness are also worth looking at.
I can see exquisiteness in everyone and in every face.
Then your soul writhed in derision, you scoffed at that which you had held to be the nobility of the soul, and you minced words satirically over the exquisiteness of the type which we have evolved.
It becomes clear that beyond her physical exquisiteness, she is achingly wounded and so very, very soft.
"And now the threads of my recital draw together in the paragon of female exquisiteness - my Princess."
How can we steal such exquisiteness from empty space?