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He was impressed by her beauty and charm.
I admired the beauty of the landscape.
She was a great beauty in her time.
the beauty of her poetry
I love old cars, and that one's a beauty.
the beauties of nature
The beauty of working at home is that you don't have to travel to work.
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Definition of beauty from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.