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Gorgeous vs. Ravishing

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Gorgeousadjective

(of a person or place) very beautiful.

‘All the contest judges agreed that Brigitt was absolutely gorgeous.’; ‘The sunsets in Hawaii are gorgeous.’;

Ravishingadjective

Extremely beautiful

‘Every time I get into a conversation with this ravishing girl, I want it to last forever.’;

Gorgeousadjective

(rare) Very enjoyable, pleasant, tasty, etc.

‘Hummus is absolutely gorgeous.’;

Ravishingverb

present participle of ravish

Gorgeousadjective

Imposing through splendid or various colors; showy; fine; magnificent.

‘Cloud-land, gorgeous land.’; ‘Gorgeous as the sun at midsummer.’;

Ravishingnoun

An act of ravishment.

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Gorgeousadjective

dazzlingly beautiful;

‘a gorgeous Victorian gown’;

Ravishingadjective

Rapturous; transporting.

Gorgeousadjective

beautiful; very attractive

‘gorgeous colours and exquisite decoration’;

Ravishingadjective

stunningly beautiful;

‘a ravishing blonde’;

Gorgeousadjective

very pleasant or enjoyable

‘the weather was gorgeous’;

Ravishingadjective

delightful; entrancing

‘she looked ravishing’;

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