Definition of exquisiteness in English:


Pronunciation /ɪkˈskwɪzɪtnəs//ɛkˈskwɪzɪtnəs/


  • See exquisite

    • ‘It is impossible to understand the whole presence of this house from photographs - its comfort in the landscape, the exquisiteness of the siting, the peacefulness of the meadow.’
    • ‘It has the elements required to be spectacular, but it is lacking the exquisiteness that is associated with ballet.’
    • ‘They were stunned to find themselves in a garden of exquisiteness.’
    • ‘Too bad we live in a part of the world that often covers our eyes from its skies with a thick wall of dust, keeping the exquisiteness of the twinkling stars for itself.’
    • ‘People from all walks of life were present at the cocktail and happily sampled the exquisiteness of Indian cuisine.’