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My mother still smells and looks exquisite. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was a scene of exquisite beauty. Heidi (1881)They were a blend of exquisite tastes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He then produced a couple of exquisite chips to save par on the closing holes. The Sun (2008)They taste as exquisite as they look. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He recovered with an exquisite chip that came to rest on the far lip of the hole. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There is no substitute for the exquisite beauty and power of the human voice joined in harmony with others. Christianity Today (2000)Some of this softening should probably be understood as a reaction to the sheer beauty of these exquisite exhibition spaces. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Just a lady with exquisite taste. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In works of exquisite craftsmanship, line takes on a life of its own. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Upstairs, a selection of exquisite drawings is exhibited. Times, Sunday Times (2009)With looks this exquisite, we can see why. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It looks exquisite, so expect to see those celebs flood back. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It's not much fun looking at an exquisite sunset and having nobody to share it with. Times, Sunday Times (2009)During her tour of Australia she has looked exquisite. The Sun (2011)The big man's got exquisite taste. The Sun (2015)A gallery full of exquisite portrait drawings of rococo ladies showing off their heads from all the best angles is scarily enticing. Times, Sunday Times (2011)By now, he was firing on all cylinders, yet managing passages of the most mercurial wit and exquisite delicacy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This was a performance of real quality, not for his simple goal but for his two exquisite assists for Welbeck. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Above all, he turned the wanton cruelty of the natural world into clothes of exquisite beauty, season after season. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: exquisite ADJECTIVE
Something that is exquisite is extremely beautiful or pleasant, especially in a delicate way.
Definition of exquisite from the Collins English Dictionary
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