The 100 Most Beautiful Words In English. source: imgur. The Most Beautiful Words in English A cataloger. Assemblage A gathering. Blazoning Attractive. Beleaguer
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The 100 Most Beautiful Words In English

The Most Beautiful Words in English
A cataloger.
Assemblage A gathering.
Blazoning Attractive.
Beleaguer To exhaust with attacks.
Brood To think alone.
ll: In a lovely rural setting.
Bungalow A small, may cottage.
Like a cat' s eye.
Cecity Attractive.
Conflate To blend together-
A focal point of admiration.
dalliance A brief love affair.
Exam Dominion, territory-
below Shy and reserved.
The resolution of a mystery.
Slow, sluggish.
Diaphanous Filmy-
Dissemble Deceive-
Bettet Sweet, sugary.
Ebullience Bubbling enthusiasm.
Effervescent Bubbly.
Efflorescence Flowering, blooming.
Elision Dropping a sound or syllable in a word.
Elixir A good potion.
Eloquence Beauty and persuasion in speech-
Fabrication Rubbing on a lotion.
Emollient A softener.
Ephemeral .
Epiphany A sudden revelation.
At one time, for a time.
Ethereal Gaseous, invisible but detectable.
Vanishing quickly, lasting a very short time.
Evocative Suggestive.
Fetching Pretty.
Felicity Pleasantness.
Forbearance Withholding response to provocation.
Sagacious Fleeting.
Furniture Shifty, sneaky.
Gaul To skip or leap about joyfully.
Clamour Beauty-
Gossamer The finest piece of thread, a spider' s silk.
Halcyon Happy, sunny, carebares.
Harbinger Messenger with news of the future.
Imbrication and forming a regular pattern-
Imbroglio An altercation or complicated situation.
Imbue To infuse, instill-
Incipient Beginning, in an early stage.,
Ineffable , inexpressible.
In: genie A naive young woman-
Inglenook A may nook by the hearth.
Insouciance Blithe nonchalance-
Inure To become jaded-
Labyrinthine Twisting and turning-
Lagniappe A special kind of gift.
Lagoon A small gulf or inlet.
Languor Listlessness, inactivity.
Leisure Free time.
Lilt To move musically or lively.
Lisa Slender and graceful-
Lithe Slender and flexible.
Love Beep affection.
Mellifluous Sweet sounding-
Moiety the of two equal parts.
Mondegreen A slip of the ear.
Humorous ' arrg.
An archenemy.
II} ffing The sea between the horizon and the offshore.
Onomatopoeia A word that sounds like its meaning.
Lush, luxuriant.
Palimpsest A manuscript written over earlier ones.
Panacea A solution for all problems
Panoply A complete set.
Pastiche An art work combining materials from various sources.
Penumbra A -
Petrichor The smell of earth after rain-
Plethora A large quantity.
Propinquity An inclination-
Pyrrhic Successful with heavy losses.
Quintessential that essential.
Ratatouille A spicy French stew.
Ravel To knit or unknow-
Redolent Fragrant.
Riparian By the bank of a stream-
Ripple A very small wave.
Scintilla A spark or very small thing.
Sempiternal Eternal.
Seraglio Rich, luxurious oriental palace or harem-
Serendipity Finding something nice while looking for something else-
Light, delicate or warm and sunny.
Sumptuous Lush, luxurious-
Surreptitious Secretive, sneaky-
Susquehanna A river in Pennsylvania.
Superious Whispering, hissing.
Talisman A good luck charm.
Tintinnabulation Tinkling.
umbrella Protection frony sun or rain.
untoward l. Unseemly, inappropriate.
vestigial In trace amounts.
lecture Having.
I' The means-
Woebegone Sorrowful, downcast-
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User avatar #49 - infinitereaper (11/27/2013) [+] (8 replies)
I met an ailurophile at an assemblage who was rather becoming but it wasn’t long before we began to beleaguer one another. Afterwards I proceeded to brood in a bucolic, I thought about going back to my bungalow but was mesmerized by the sight of the glistening glass of the cathedral that was rather chatoyant. This town was pleasant and such scenery only helped conflate its nice features. In fact I would say this cathedral was the cynosure of the demesne. I had first encountered this place in dalliance, but was far too demure. Eventually I grew apart from my lover, so it was really no denouement, something so fleeting was bound to happen. Like a poison of desuetude.
With my broken heart I was quite desultory for a long time, my eyes were diaphanous and my body was weak, but I tried my best to dissemble others with my appearance. This continued for a while, but I saw my surroundings and realized that I had tasted something dulcet. It wasn’t long before my sorrow turned to ebullience and my acting into effervescent positivity. I realized that my life could begin again, that I could experience a new efflorescence.
As I sat there I recalled a strange woman I had met who claimed to be a witch. She did not speak well and had a habit of elision. She offered me an elixir, and with no eloquence at all convinced me that I should have it. I must admit I was slightly hopeful that her promises of magic and weaving were true. The elixir was a sort of embrocation, which was meant to bond with the skin. My touch was then supposed to become a sort of emollient for the hearts of women. But such fantasy was ephemeral.
I was no more tempting to women, but I had an epiphany. Just because my love was erstwhile it did not mean I could not love again. Love was like air and quite ethereal. We’ve all had our passions that were evanescent in our youth, but happy families seemed evocative. It was a fetching idea, and I was quickly caught up in the sudden felicity...
#64 - HAMMATIMEZ (11/27/2013) [+] (1 reply)


outstandingly bad; shocking.
remarkably good.
User avatar #28 - kuraithevision (11/27/2013) [-]
If only I could pronounce half of these.
User avatar #6 - crustydingleberry (11/26/2013) [+] (7 replies)
funny how you left out REPOST and NOT OC from that list.....ヽ༼ຈلຈ༽ノ
User avatar #68 - iliekcereal ONLINE (11/27/2013) [-]
I think Petrichor is my new favorite word.
User avatar #43 - troflmao (11/27/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I think ambivalent is a pretty good word.
User avatar #72 to #43 - kraagmar (11/27/2013) [-]
Ehh, I don't know. I kinda go back and forth about it.
#70 - anonymous (11/27/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Top 100 words in french #1-100
#79 to #70 - technosauce **User deleted account** (11/27/2013) [-]
My pants are drenched in semen now
My pants are drenched in semen now
User avatar #55 - nthmetal (11/27/2013) [-]
don't forget
#53 - colinrupe (11/27/2013) [-]
Cellar Door
User avatar #32 - unclebourbon (11/27/2013) [+] (2 replies)
You forgot Shenanigans and Concubine.
#30 - anonymous (11/27/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I'm disappointed that "cellar door" isn't on here.
User avatar #38 to #30 - Thehappyemu (11/27/2013) [-]
An anon beat me to it... Crushing dreams yet again, you magnificent bastard...
User avatar #13 - middagsmo (11/26/2013) [-]
I'm sorry if this is untoward. But if you had the leisure, I would propose and assemblage of you and me in my bungalow. Even though our evanescent meetings may only mean a dalliance, we conflate pretty darn neat (not implying untoward affection). Your lush redolent is ineffable and is making me demured and desultory. I'm currently beleaguering and an ailurophile. I hope my furtive text will lilt you.
Tried to make it in a romantic kind of way to send to someone
#12 - trollia **User deleted account** (11/26/2013) [+] (16 replies)
User avatar #78 - mrthezho (11/27/2013) [-]
I fail to see how most of these words are "beautiful".
User avatar #76 - evilanakie (11/27/2013) [-]
where was this in my english exam today
#60 - anonymous (11/27/2013) [-]
I found most of these to be more confusing and tongue twisting than beautiful.
User avatar #36 - zeecan (11/27/2013) [-]
#33 - anonymous (11/27/2013) [-]
And of course most of these would not have made it into my list of 100 most beautiful (barring the actual definitions) English words. Maybe none of them. I have always thought that things sounded better without hard sounds (I have my own definition for what those are) like t, d, or p.
User avatar #18 - beastybaconman (11/26/2013) [-]
What about **** ? That's probably the best word there is.
#17 - anonymous (11/26/2013) [-]

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