Sunday, February 9, 2014

List of Synonyms for Beautiful

Valentine day is the one day of the year that we dedicate to showing those that we love and care about how much they actually mean to Us. We give flowers,  chocolates,  and paper goods as a means to show our affection to our significant other. Poetry,  love sonnets,  and long eloquent soliloquies are not out of place on the day of love. 

Looking for the words? 

Most people use the term beautiful to describe their mate, but that term has been used a thousand times. In my humble opinion,  the word beautiful lacks a unique quality that leaves a me wishing for more. If you feel the same way then this post is for you. Keep reading to learn 50 words that you can use instead of beautiful.

List of Antonyms for Beautiful

  1. alluring
  2. appealing
  3. charming
  4. cute
  5. dazzling
  6. delightful
  7. elegant
  8. exquisite
  9. fascinating
  10. gorgeous
  11. grand
  12. lovely
  13. magnificent
  14. marvelous
  15. pleasing
  16. pretty
  17. stunning
  18. splendid
  19. wonderful
  20. angelic
  21. bewitching
  22. comely
  23. divine
  24. enticing
  25. fair
  26. pulchritudinous
  27. easy on the eyes
  28. foxy
  29. sublime
  30. superb
  31. statuesque
  32. radiant
  33. ravishing
  34. knock-out
  35. ostentatious
  36. captivating
  37. glamorous
  38. electrifying
  39. enamoring
  40. infatuating
  41. enthralling
  42. attractive
  43. adorable
  44. heavenly
  45. mesmeric
  46. winsome
  47. titillating
  48. beauteous
  49. darling
  50. dream boat

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  1. Great idea! A lot of words are overused. The thesaurus is my best friend when I write :)

    1. Thank you Lauren! As a writer there are so many words that just seem bland after I've seen/used/read them a million times! Its time to spice things up a bit. Thanks for stopping by!


  2. This is great! I will pin! Stopping by from the SITS Girls Comment Love Tribe! ~Krissa (

    1. Thank you so much for sharing my work Krissa!


  3. This is a great post! Thank you for all the great suggestions.
    I am a fan of synonyms as a writer we like to use different words all of the time but in speech we are quite repetitive. I will pin and tweet this post!
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    1. Thanks for sharing this LeAura! I agree I'm way more verbose while writing than I am when I speak to others in person.

  4. What a fun post for Valentine's Day! It's interesting how the different words all bring a different thought or feeling to mind even though they essentially mean the same thing.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Kimberly! Yes, I agree. The English language is a weird, funny thing at times!


  5. I love this! I am going to print out the main one with all the words and put it up in my office as inspiration. It is so easy to take simple words for granted, thank you for reminding me to think!

    1. Laura, I'm glad that this post could help you! Everytime I write I think to myself, "Is there any word that is more unique that I can use." It takes time but you'll get into the habit! Thanks for stopping by!

  6. This is fabulous! I pinned it to Pinterest so I can go back and look at it in the future. What a great printable and reminder of other words to use to describe beautiful. Visiting from #SITSBlogging

    1. Thank you for stopping by and sharing LeeAnn!


  7. I just love all those words! Some really are better than beautiful, you know?! :) #SITSBlogging

    1. Kim, I agree with you! Beautiful has been completely overused especially since we're so close to Valentine Day.

  8. As an author and a novelist, this is a much needed post. I have pinned it! #26 is the only one I didn't know. Thanks for sharing. #SITSBlogging

    1. Kimberly, thank you for sharing this! I try to add to my vocabulary from time to time, and this is the perfect way to do so! Plus, I'm working on a novel, but it still needs a lot of work!


  9. Love this! What a great tool to have for writing!


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