Beautiful is an adjective used to describe things as possessing beauty.

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The Beautiful Experience
... The Beautiful Experience is an EP by Prince (his stage name at that time being an unpronounceable symbol, see cover art), his second commercial release under the symbolic moniker ... seven mixes of the song "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" in various formats, some with completely new vocals and/or instrumentation ...
Not In Our Name (album) - Track Listing
... "Blue Anthem" (Bley) – 749 "America the Beautiful" (Medley) – 1654 "America the Beautiful" (Samuel A ... Ward) "America the Beautiful" (Gary McFarland) "Lift Every Voice and Sing" (James Weldon Johnson, J ...
Apple Boutique - Concept
... aim, as described by Paul McCartney, was to create "a beautiful place where beautiful people can buy beautiful things" ...
Beautiful - Films
... Beautiful (2000 film), an American film starring Minnie Driver and Kathleen Turner Beautiful (2008 film), a South Korean film Beautiful (2009 film), a 2009 ...
If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me
... "If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me" is a song made famous by the country music duo The Bellamy Brothers and written by David Bellamy ... The title as shown on the original single was "If I Said You Have a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me", but on the album and subsequent releases ...

Famous quotes containing the word beautiful:

    Surely the apple is the noblest of fruits. Let the most beautiful or the swiftest have it. That should be the “going” price of apples.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Great country, diminutive minds. America is formless, has no terrible and no beautiful condensation.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    I love London society! I think it has immensely improved. It is entirely composed now of beautiful idiots and brilliant lunatics. Just what Society should be.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)