How to spell beautiful in italian
In italian, the word beautiful can be spelled:
beautifully beau'tiÂ·fulÂ·ly adv.
- Having qualities that delight the senses, especially the sense of sight.
- Excellent; wonderful.
beautifulness beau'tiÂ·fulÂ·ness n.
SYNONYMS beautiful, lovely, pretty, handsome, comely, fair. All these adjectives apply to what excites aesthetic admiration. Beautiful is most comprehensive: a beautiful child; a beautiful painting; a beautiful mathematical proof. Lovely applies to what inspires emotion rather than intellectual appreciation: â€œThey were lovely, your eyesâ€ (George Seferis). What is pretty is beautiful in a delicate or graceful way: a pretty face; a pretty song; a pretty room. Handsome stresses poise and dignity of form and proportion: a very large, handsome paneled library. â€œShe is very pretty, but not so extraordinarily handsomeâ€ (William Makepeace Thackeray). Comely suggests wholesome physical attractiveness: â€œMrs. Hurd is a large woman with a big, comely, simple faceâ€ (Ernest Hemingway). Fair emphasizes freshness or purity: â€œIn the highlands, in the country places,/Where the old plain men have rosy faces,/And the young fair maidens/Quiet eyesâ€ (Robert Louis Stevenson).