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- n. the state of being good-looking
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As we all huddle around our televisions to watch the German masses cheer, as we prepare to read yet another magazine cover story featuring Obama's awesome good-lookingness, as we remind ourselves once again that this is a once-in-a-generation change election, a couple points to remember:
Copplestone could only gather an impression of ordinary good-lookingness from the face that was turned inquiringly on his companion.
Miss Hobson was one of the biggest British stars of the day, and she’s very good in Kind Hearts and Coronets and certainly a fine-looking woman, but, like a lot of other English roses of the period, it’s a sort of de-sexed good-lookingness, at least onscreen.
Since Tokio v 1.0 is long since gone, there’s no need to go into how our server, a Derek-ette version of Zoolander both in terms of ridiculously good-lookingness and ignorance, mixed up not one, not two, but every single order, food and drinks, that came to the table, all of which arrived at least 25 minutes later than they should have, but not all together.