beauty (part of speech: noun)
gorgeousness, resplendence, prettiness, handsomeness, attractiveness, radiance, picturesqueness, gracefulness, elegance, comeliness, splendor, sightliness, refinement, superbness, bonniness, fairness, loveliness, glamour, shapeliness, sublimity, splendidness, charm, beauty, pleasingness
elegance (part of speech: noun)
- Kitty was far too intelligent to try to look like a Fra Angelico angel; she was picturesque as only the extremely fashionable can be picturesque; but Holland knew she was conscious that she reminded people of an angel, and of a child, and that she reminded herself continually of all sorts of exquisite things, partly because she was dreamily self- conscious and keenly aware of exquisiteness, and partly because he had, in their first year, the year of sails and breezes, so impressed these things upon her attention. - "The Nest, The White Pagoda, The Suicide, A Forsaken Temple, Miss Jones and The Masterpiece", Anne Douglas Sedgwick.
- And in the exquisiteness of her innocence she was weaving the spell of the centuries with the stitches in her long seams. - "Andrew the Glad", Maria Thompson Daviess.
- It was like her exquisiteness to do that and it tightened his throat to think about it. - "Mary Wollaston", Henry Kitchell Webster.