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Delightful; entrancing.‘she looked ravishing’
very beautiful, gorgeous, stunning, wonderful, exquisite, lovely, striking, magnificent, dazzling, radiant, delightful, charming, enchanting, entrancing, captivating, bewitchingincredible, amazing, sensational, fantastic, fabulous, terrific, smashing, heavenly, divine, out of this world, fab, drop-dead gorgeous, knockout, delectable, scrumptiousbabelicious, bodaciousView synonyms
- ‘Add class to your style by including these utterly ravishing and stunning bags that are a rage this season.’
- ‘These are ravishing pictures and this is the first time that so many of them have been shown.’
- ‘He shook his head, ‘I dare say, she has once again fallen into the ravishing trap of love… I know that look.’’
- ‘Although personally antipathetic to his modernist pioneering spirit, I have been seduced time and again by the ravishing sounds that he produces.’
- ‘The Festival opens amidst the ravishing sound-world of Debussy's ground-breaking String Quartet in G minor.’
- ‘In the first scene of the film, Marshall Will Kane marries the ravishing Amy and retires his marshal's badge.’
- ‘She didn't think she was ugly; she just didn't see herself as the ravishing beauty people often told her she was.’
- ‘She simply wants to be a beautiful, glamorous, radiant, ravishing movie star.’
- ‘It is a ravishing work, hardly less so than the more often performed second quartet, ‘Intimate Letters.’’
- ‘‘Your Highness, forgive me for saying so, but you look absolutely ravishing tonight,’ he said smoothly, grinning at her charmingly.’
- ‘Among the cyclamen, Colchicum, with elegant, long-stemmed pink goblets, completes this ravishing October picture.’
- ‘This ravishing city, seductively perfumed with orange blossom, is every bit as alluring as Spain's most infamous femme fatale.’
- ‘She looked pretty as a picture herself out here in the sunshine - a ravishing rose amongst a garden of gorgeous roses.’
- ‘This is first and foremost a collection of ravishing photographs, many of them exquisite platinum prints.’
- ‘What you need are ravishing good looks, charm and undemanding chit-chat, all of which Marlborough Merlot offers.’
- ‘The Hartke Symphony was also gorgeously done, and it is a ravishing new score.’
- ‘The smaller paintings vary in color from the same pyrelene green-black to a radiant gray-gold to a ravishing Ferrari red.’
- ‘When Zulaykha tried to captivate Joseph by her ravishing beauty, the Almighty hastened to help him.’
- ‘In fact, excuse me for saying so, but I'm absolutely more ravishing than you.’
- ‘Ten ravishing models from Bangalore, dressed in clothes designed by fashion technology students, set the ramp ablaze.’
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