Ravishing sentence example

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  • That was the first time he had ever neglected to tell her how ravishing she was.
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  • They take lovers from among men, and are often described as of delicate, unearthly, ravishing beauty.
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  • No matter the style of dress you choose, if it's in the wrong color, you'll end up looking ghastly rather than ravishing.
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  • ravishing beauty, dressed with exquisite neatness.
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  • With its low cut back and fully lined fabric, you'll look ravishing in this swimsuit.
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  • No human being, since the world began, has ever looked more ravishing.
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  • and "having had from his most tender years an extraordinary ravishing delight in music," began to teach himself the violin, and was examined for the degree of B.A.
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  • Well, pair that rhinestone look with a ravishing, fire-engine red frame and you'll kick your entire look up a notch.
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  • Sex makes me ravishing.
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  • The blues are electric, the reds, ravishing.
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  • In magical combinations, the lute and harp-playing by Robert Phillips and William Taylor produce the most ravishing, resonant sound.
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  • Of course, the traditional colors of brown, grey and black will always be in style, but why not punch up your wardrobe a bit with a juicy orange laptop bag or a ravishing purple handbag?
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  • An odd, intense, haunting and visually ravishing film.
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  • Its ravishing harmony was reminiscent of modern Israeli music.
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  • The differences in attitudes and styles of East and West are skilfully woven together in Puccini 's ravishing score.
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  • That's exactly what you'll get with this ravishing bikini.
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  • ravishing film.
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  • If gold feathered earrings seem like a bit much on a hot sunny beach day, then consider big, bold bracelets in look-at-me colors like peach coral, sultry purple or ravishing red.
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  • If you haven't downloaded the utterly ravishing 6 minute preview, do so now.
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  • ravishing, resonant sound.
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  • Listened to again some eleven years later it actually sounds rather ravishing.
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  • If you have n't downloaded the utterly ravishing 6 minute preview, do so now.
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  • At once she was caught in a web of ravishing music and dazzled by a panorama of lights and colors.
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  • Sparkly lids and thick, bold lines are ravishing when your dress is dark and classic.
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  • Nik and Mrs fiend remain a nefarious nucleus, able to attract the finest in contributing satellites for their ravishing reverberations.
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  • ravishing music and dazzled by a panorama of lights and colors.
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  • ravishing score.
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  • 268.) Raleigh and Jonson have both recorded their opinions of it, but no one has characterized it more happily than his friend, Sir Tobie Matthews, " A man so rare in knowledge, of so many several kinds, endued with the facility and felicity of expressing it all in so elegant, significant, so abundant, and yet so choice and ravishing a way of words, of metaphors, of allusions, as perhaps the world hath not seen since it was a world."
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  • We were waited on by five or six country girls of ravishing beauty, dressed with exquisite neatness.
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  • Red hair is ravishing no matter what time of year it is.
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  • Blondes look great in deep browns, brunettes ravishing in sultry plums and redheads kick up some heat in bewitching greens.
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  • Swarovski Detail: The jewel lined top, string bottom and plunging neckline all serve to highlight this swimsuit's most eye-catching detail; it's ravishing lipstick red color.
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