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beautiful people

Stylish, glamorous, and often wealthy people admired by others. I wish we were as cool as them—man, they are really the beautiful people.
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beautiful

mod. very satisfying; excellent. Man, this place is beautiful! You got your own sink and toilet right in the room and good strong bars to keep the riffraff out.
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He turned slightly his beautifully groomed white head so as to address Mr.
So I took in the waist-band and let out a seam, and it fits beautifully now.
Next, there was an account of the ancient home of the Alardyces, or rather, of spring in Suffolk, which was very beautifully written, although not essential to the story.
She was beautifully adapted for life in another planet.
So the Tin Woodman knocked a mahogany center-table to pieces with his axe and fitted one of the legs, which was beautifully carved, on to the body of Jack Pumpkinhead, who was very proud of the acquisition.
His 'Hemlock Mosses,' for instance is beautifully written.
But the point is, they sound the popular note, and they sound it so beautifully and morally and contentedly.
His axe, which he always carried with him, had a steel blade that was tin plated and a handle covered with tin plate beautifully engraved and set with diamonds.
They had supper in the big, beautifully decorated dining room; Diana and Jane were invited to partake of this, also, since they had come with Anne, but Billy was nowhere to be found, having decamped in mortal fear of some such invitation.
Some white man must have taught him, for he made the proper swan dive and did it as beautifully as I have ever seen it.
Before a hand could stay him, the boy was over the rail and curving beautifully downward after the coin.
Most of the latter are beautifully symmetrical; they owe their origin to eruptions of volcanic mud without any lava: it is a remarkable circumstance that every one of the twenty-eight tuff-craters which were examined, had their southern sides either much lower than the other sides, or quite broken down and removed.
To the south of the broken tuff-crater, in which the Beagle was anchored, there was another beautifully symmetrical one of an elliptic form; its longer axis was a little less than a mile, and its depth about
The water is only three or four inches deep, and rests on a layer of beautifully crystallized, white salt.
The flesh of this animal is largely employed, both fresh and salted; and a beautifully clear oil is prepared from the fat.