Noun(1) a very pretty girl who works as a photographer's model
Adjective(1) appealing to the emotions as well as the eye(2) lovable especially in a childlike or naive way
(1) The cabins were located on the side of hill with lots of deck room, clean amenities inside and lovely views.(2) we had a lovely day(3) a lovely house(4) He's always telling me how lovely Paris is and how it hardly ever rains there.(5) I'm going to see him, and some other lovely people, and I'm really very excited.(6) My, don't you look absolutely lovely in that dress.(7) Friday was a lovely day, and this route seemed so pleasant that I though it would be nice to walk into town this way on Saturday.(8) Her eyes squint and her lips pulse making her laugh even more lovely to hear.(9) She's lovely in person, but her speeches are a bit boring if you ask me.(10) Despite all this, the cookies tasted lovely .(11) The rooms are all comfortable, with lovely views out over Perthshire and down to the loch that gives the hotel its name.(12) I had a lovely evening with some tasty food, delicious wine and entertaining company.(13) He had taken a lovely , sweet, beautiful girl and hurt her terribly, all in the name of revenge.(14) it was lovely to see him again(15) He could see that Carmen had indeed been quite lovely a couple decades earlier.(16) It fit the bill perfectly and we had a lovely evening with wonderful food.
(1) lovely woman :: tamaitai lelei
1. beautiful ::
2. scenic ::
3. delightful ::
4. adorable ::
5. pin-up ::
1. atrocious ::
2. awful ::
3. execrable ::
4. lousy ::
5. pathetic ::
6. poor ::
7. rotten ::
8. terrible ::
9. vile ::
10. wretched ::
Different Formslovelies, lovely, unlovely
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