Word of the Day, Writers' Workshop

10 Ways to Say “Beautiful” in English

Everytime my students describe something with the words ” beautiful/ nice” like- “The dress looked “beautiful/nice”, “The place was “beautiful/nice”, I tell them to use more descriptive words to show what they saw.

It is one of the first ways to make the reader of your story, visualize details. (Remember, the reading strategy that makes reading fun for you?) So here are some words you can use instead of “beautiful”.

Happy learning!

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15 thoughts on “10 Ways to Say “Beautiful” in English”

  1. Dear ma’am Tarana,
    I will make sure to use these words instead of the old word. Some other synonms of beautiful are radient, elegant and stunning.

    Yours sincerely,

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  2. Dear maam Tarana,

    We can also use statuesque, magnificent and majestic as a synonym of beautiful.

    SENTENCE – My friend and I saw a satuesque lady who was catch a bunch of flowers which were drifting in the air.

    Your sincerly,
    DEVYANI BANSAL
    V – B

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  3. Thanks maam for helping us to make new words and I didn’t knew some too. I will write them on my dictionary they will help us to write in the tests

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  4. Thanks maam for helping us to make new words and I didn’t knew some too. I will write them on my dictionary. Thanks again

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  5. Dear Ma’am Tarana
    I will always use the synonyms of the word “beautiful”. Some synonyms of beautiful are smart, handsome, awesome and elegant. Sentence – You look very smart in your awesome red t-shirt.
    Your’s sincerely
    Gangesh Verma
    V-B

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    1. Well done, Gangesh! Thank you for adding new words for everyone’s reference. We’ll put them up in the class as well.

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  6. Dear maam Tarana
    We can also use beguiling and graceful as a synonym of beautiful.
    Here is my sentence by beguiling – Priyanka Chopra is a beguiling personality and the UNICEF ambassador.
    Thanks maam

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    1. Awesome, Videh! Some really good words you have there! Yet again it’s a pleasure to see you adding words and information on the blog for everyone’s reference.

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