Is beauty a noun or verb?
beauty used as a noun: Something that is particularly good or pleasing.
“That phrasing is a beauty.”.
Why is beauty a noun?
1[uncountable] the quality of being pleasing to the senses or to the mind the beauty of the sunset/of poetry/of his singing a woman of great beauty The woods were designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. … [countable] a person or thing that is beautiful She had been a beauty in her day.
What is short for beautiful?
btfl. Beautiful. Internet Slang, Slang, Texting.
What is the adjective for beautiful?
alluring, attractive, gorgeous, charming, elegant, exquisite, handsome, pretty, ravishing, striking, stunning, angelic, appealing, cute, fine, good-looking, graceful, grand, lovely, physically attractive, pleasing, pulchritudinous, sexy, sublime, aesthetically appealing, aesthetically pleasing, beauteous, bewitching, …
What is the verb of beautiful?
Examples; beauty (Noun), beautify (verb), beautiful (adjective), beautifully (adverb).
What type of word is she?
A female person; the previously mentioned female person.
What is the noun form of beautiful?
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What defines beauty?
1 : the quality or aggregate of qualities in a person or thing that gives pleasure to the senses or pleasurably exalts the mind or spirit : loveliness a woman of great physical beauty exploring the natural beauty of the island A thing of beauty is a joy forever …— John Keats.
Is Beautiful a noun or an adjective?
Beautiful is an adjective which describes a noun. In your example, you’re describing the “you”, a noun, so beautiful is the one to use. You’re not describing the verb “looking” or the act of looking, so the adverb is not used.