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  • Exquisite Blandish! (10)
  • Exquisite intricacy! (10)
  • She is an exquisite exception. (12)
  • Then he sang: Exquisite lady! (10)
  • He arose with exquisite chivalry. (12)
  • But how physically exquisite she was! (10)
  • For a moment the gratification was exquisite. (4)
  • Its case was of exquisite old gold filigree work. (12)
  • That evening seemed to be made up of exquisite moments. (4)
  • His society became gradually her most exquisite enjoyment. (4)
  • He was at first amazed by the sudden exquisite transition. (10)
  • When she walked you saw what an exquisite creature she was. (9)
  • The inns will not be choice: but the society will be exquisite. (10)
  • A short period of exquisite felicity followed, and but a short one. (4)
  • Stolen fruits are said to be sweet; undeserved rewards are exquisite. (10)
  • The rest of a very short interview was passed in exquisite discomfort. (8)
  • And he exclaims, in verse that applieth to her: Exquisite slenderness! (10)
  • His Grace will understand the exquisite expression of feminine gratitude. (10)
  • The joy, the gratitude, the exquisite delight of her sensations may be imagined. (4)
  • Was she visiting there, or was the interior of Canada full of such stylish and exquisite creatures? (9)
  • If it was more like a ball dress than a dinner dress, that might be excused to the exquisite effect. (9)
  • He was having the exquisite pleasure that a robust nature feels in the first successful bout with life. (13)
  • Speed is on the downs, glorious motion, odorous air of sea and herb, exquisite as in the isles of Greece. (10)
  • Gone down there with such a wild, exquisite pain in his heart that he could have cried out among the trees. (8)
  • He had an enchanting smile, a laugh that was full of friendly joyousness, and a voice that was exquisite music. (9)
  • He began to respect her, relishing her exquisite contempt, and he reflected that widows could be terrible creatures. (10)
  • His works show the most exquisite symmetry of detail, like that of a finely-carved monument enriched by delicate tracery. (3)
  • They seemed both of one exquisite gentleness, and of one sweet manner, which was rather elaborate and formal in expression. (9)
  • He had these exquisite things and several others brought into his room, and sought to lose himself in the contemplation of them. (12)
  • Never had the exquisite sight, smell, sensation of nature, tranquil, warm, and brilliant after a storm, been more attractive to her. (4)
  • Schubert was no virtuoso on the piano, but he played exquisite accompaniments, and he read well at sight in spite of defective eyesight. (3)
  • Gardens embowered and perfumed the low cottages, through the open doors of which they could see the exquisite neatness of the life within. (9)
  • Her management of the two youths was exquisite; but to him, Edward, she had never condescended to show herself thus mediating and amiable. (10)
  • Her management of the two youths was exquisite; but to him, Edward, she had never condescended to show herself thus mediating and amiable. (22)
  • Now, Carlo, I was observing, it appears to me that the Austrians are not going to be surprised by us, and it affords me exquisite comfort. (10)
  • She received the exquisite compliment in all its unique honey-sweet: for in love we must deserve nothing or the fine bloom of fruition is gone. (10)
  • Yet surely neither you or the fair Henrietta herself will deny me the exquisite Gratification of dieing for her, of falling a victim to her Charms. (4)
  • High social breeding is an exquisite performance on the instrument we are, and his behaviour to her left her mind at liberty for appreciation of it. (10)
  • He caused the publishing house that he had financed to issue a new edition of the classics, distinguished by tasteful editing and exquisite bookmaking. (12)
  • He was famous for his improvisations; his cadenzas to concertos and his extempore treatments of well-known themes were marked by spontaneity, brilliance and exquisite feeling. (3)
  • Essentially a lyrical temperament, neither broad nor deep but endowed with exquisite sensibility within certain limits, his sphere is the emotional, the tender and the elegiac. (3)
  • This exquisite compensation maintains the balance: whereas that period anticipated by the Pilgrim, when science shall have produced an intellectual aristocracy, is indeed horrible to contemplate. (10)

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Definition of exquisite:

  • exquisite, eks’kwi-zit, adj. of superior quality: excellent: of delicate perception or close discrimination: not easily satisfied: fastidious: exceeding, extreme, as pain or pleasure. | n. one exquisitely nice or refined in dress: a fop. | adv. ex’quisitely. | n. ex’quisiteness. (0)

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