Whenever finding a beautiful person, place or thing, the only word comes into the mind is beautiful. Isn’t it boring to use beautiful always?
English has so many ways to say the same thing. This rich mix of different tongues and the evolution of English (much thanks to our friend Shakespeare) has made English the beautiful mixture that it is today.
A native language probably has an elaborate selection of words to describe beauty and attraction, but you probably only know a few in English. By creating a rich vocabulary, you enrich your English and sound much more natural.
Here, we can use some stylish words to saya beautiful:
Adorable (very attractive, lovable)
- She has an adorable kitten.
Breathtaking (extemely beautiful, takes the breath away)
- The view of this valley is breathtaking.
Mesmerizing (grab attention, hypnotize)
- Her mesmerizing eyes make me drown to her.
Alluring (mysteriously attractive and exciting)
- This county has some alluring tourism places.
Ravishing (unusual attractive, pleasing)
- The model looked so ravishing in her dress.
Dazzling (extremely bright and good-looking)
- It is a dazzling car make me fall in love.
Gorgeous (striking beauty)
- I won’t forget her gorgeous smile before leaving.
Eye-catching (noticable, appealing)
- You find sunrise eye-catching from shore.
Enchanting (captivating, charming)
- Here is the island having enchanting scenery.
Irresistible (too attractive)
- The prize is so irresistible that I must grab it.