170 cool, unique and beautiful English words to inspire a little joy (2023)

Have you ever experienced feelings of happiness? Do you have a nemesis? Are you a Flibbertigibbet? If you don't know what these words mean, you won't know the answer to these questions!

And if you don't know what those words mean - don't worry! It is estimated that there are171,146 words usedin English plus around 47,156 obsolete words. That's a lot of words! No wonder you don't know them all, especially if you're not a native speaker.

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However, if you're as passionate about language learning as we are (and if you're reading our blog, then you must be), you know just how much fun learning new words in a foreign language can be. A rich vocabulary can not only help you express yourself better, but also make you sound more eloquent.

So in this list we have compiled 170+ unique, cool and beautiful English words that you will love.

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Beautiful English words and their meaning

While it's often said that French and Spanish are the most romantic and beautiful languages, English also has their fair share of beautiful words. You may already know a few, such aslonliness,euphoria, orLabyrinth.

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If you're looking to expand your vocabulary with some nice-sounding words, below is a list of what we think are the most beautiful English words, along with their meanings.

Beautiful english words

While the beauty of a word is subjective and can be different for each of us, many English words are undeniably lovely (yes, that's one of them). This list is the quintessence of the most beautiful English words.

Aurora/əˈrɔːrə/The early morning dawn
Bungalow/ ˈbʌŋɡələʊ /Kind of a house with a sloppy roof
shimmering/ ʃəˈtɔɪənt /Light reflection in a gemstone
Modest/dɪˈmjʊə/Reserved, modest, shy
resolution/ ˌdeɪˈnuːmːmənt /resolution of a story
Bubbly/ ˌefəˈvesənt /Lively, energetic, bubbly
elegance/ˈelɪɡəns/High quality in style and class
elixir/ ɪˈlɪksə /A (magical) potion
Preparedness/ ˈelekwëns /ability to express yourself beautifully
Volatile/ ɪˈfeminine /short lived
epiphany/ ɪˈpɪfəni /A life changing realization
eternity/ɪˈtɜːnɪti/An unlimited time
Ethereal/ ɪˈθɪərɪəl /Heavenly, not from this planet
eudaemonia/ˌjuːdɪˈmɒnɪə /The State of Happiness
euphoria/juːˈfɔːrɪə/A state of extreme happiness
extravagance/ ɪkˈstrævəɡəns /Excessive elaboration or lack of restraint in spending money
bliss/ fəˈlɪsɪti /happiness
Idyllic/ ɪˈdɪlɪk /Picturesque, beautiful, almost fairytale-like
light bulb/ ˌɪnkænˈdesnt /Emit light when heated
arson/ɪnˈsendɪeri/Very hot or flammable
unspeakable/ ɪnˈefəbl̩ /Hard to describe exactly
infatuation/ ɪnˌfætʃʊˈeɪʃn̩ /A really strong desire to be close to someone, mostly romantic
Labyrinth/ ˈlæbərɪnθ /A complex series of gears
Lagoon/ləˈɡuːn/A body of water
Smooth/ laɪð /Slender and full of grace
love/ˈlʌv/A nice feeling of affection
Lullaby/ ˈlʌləbaɪ /A melody mothers sing to their babies to lull them to sleep
luminescence/ˌluːmɪˈnesns/Light produced by electrical, chemical, or physiological means
Lyrical/ ˈlɪrɪkl̩ /Well said
melancholy/ ˈmeləŋkɒli /A feeling of pensive sadness
Melting/ meˈlɪflʊəs /Nice sounding
Wunder/ mɪˈrækjʊləs /Something that is a miracle
shameful/ nɪˈfeərɪəs /Evil evil
Nemesis/ ˈneməsɪs /a rival; a nemesis
oblivion/əˈblɪvɪən/A state of ignorance about what is going on around you
For the Lautmaler/ˌɒnə(ʊ)matəˈpiːə/Something that uses the sounds it makes to form its name
opulence/ ˈɒpjʊləns /luxury, abundance
Paradox/ ˈpærədɒks /Something that contradicts itself
Frieden/ piːs /A state of freedom in the mind
Picturesque/ˌpɪktʃəˈresk/Visually appealing, beautiful looking, for example a landscape
abundance/ˈpleθərə/An abundance of something
untouched/ ˈprɪstiːn /Extremely clean
vicinity/ prəˈpɪŋkwɪti /Another word for close
quintessence/ kwɪnˈtesns /The most perfect example
rainbow/ ˈreɪnbəʊ /A bow of color in the sky
Renaissance/rɪˈneɪsns/The period between the 14th and 17th centuries
ripple/ˈrɪpl̩/A small movement or wave
blood red/ˈsæŋɡwɪn/Optimistic and positive
Funke/sɪnˈtɪlə/A trace or spark of something
mammoth tree/sɪˈkwoɪə/A tree species
Lucky coincidence/ ˌserənˈdɪpɪti /A chain of events that occurs in a favorable manner
sibilance/ˈsɪbɪl(ə)nt/Make a hissing sound
Silhouette/ ˌsɪluːˈet /An outline of a figure
lonliness/ ˈsɒlɪtjuːd /A state of isolation or loneliness
resonant/ səˈnɔːrəs /A deep and full sound
Expensive/ ˈsʌmptʃʊəs /Rich, luxurious
Heimlich/ ˌsʌrəpˈtɪʃəs /Secret
Syzygy/ˈsɪzɪdʒi/An alignment of 3 celestial bodies
Appreciate/ tu ˈtʃerɪʃ /To take care of something and nurture it with affection
Quiet/trænˈkwɪlɪti/Another word for peace
umbrella/ ʌmˈbrələ /The thing you hold to protect yourself from the rain
Fernweh/ ˈwɒndəlʌst /A strong desire to travel
Change/ ˈweəwɪðɔːl /strength and endurance
melancholy/ ˈwɪstfl̩nəs /longing or desire
Zenit/ ˈzenɪθ /The highest, most successful point in a situation

Beautiful English idioms, idioms and idioms

Beautiful words lead to beautiful sentences and expressions. English is full of literal and metaphorical expressions that inspire us, bring us joy or make us think about the meaning of life.

Below is a list of some of the most beautiful English idioms, idioms and expressions.

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A change of heart.Suddenly changing his mind.
Adventure is the champagne of life.Adventures make life bubbly!
Every cloud has a silver lining.Even a negative situation has something positive.
There are always two that belong to it.Two people are responsible for a situation.
The calm before the storm.A period of unusual calm that usually means something bad is about to happen.
Be on cloud nine.To be in a wonderful situation.
To burn the midnight oil.Staying up all night, usually studying or working.
Spread the wings.To reach its full potential.
To take your breath away.to amaze someone.
Touch someone's heart.Make someone feel sympathy.
to wear your heart on your sleeve.Be very transparent with your emotions and feelings.
Diversity is the spice of life.In life you need variety to avoid boredom and monotony.
water under the bridge.A difficult situation that is over and no longer affects you.
What goes around comes around.Another version of "You reap what you sow".

Cool English words that will make you laugh

The English language is full of weird, funny words. Some of them are so strange you have to wonder how they became part of the language! Others sound so funny that they will surely make you laugh. Do you love a bit of gibberish? You might enjoy being amazed when youDiscover the longest words in English here!

Argle-Bargle/ˈɑːɡ(ə)lˌbɑːɡ(ə)l/Pointless chatter or written words
Bodacious/bəʊˈdeɪʃəs/Attractive; with a curvy body
Brühaha/ ˈbruːhɑːhɑː /An overly excited reaction to something, usually a conflict or turmoil
bumbershoot/ˈbʌmbəʃuːt/Just a cool word for "umbrella"
Perplexed/ confused /Very confused
nonsense/ˈbʌmflʌf/The first beard grown by a teenager
Cattywampus/ cattywampus /Something that is crooked or not directly in front of something
Collywobbles/ ˈkɒlɪwɒbl̩z /A strange feeling in the stomach
Cromulent/ˈkrɒmjʊlənt/Acceptable or appropriate
fanty-shiny/ chic-shiny /Fancy or flashy
Perplexed/ ˈflæbəɡɑːstɪd /To be shocked or surprised by something
faulty/ faulty /A person who accepts their flaws and is still great
Flibbertigibbet/ ˌflɪbətɪˈdʒɪbɪt /someone who can't stop talking (usually stupid things)
Funambulist/ fjuːˈnæmbjʊlɪst /A tightrope walker
gibberish/ ˈdʒɪbərɪʃ /meaningless words
Gobbledygook/ ˈɡɒbldɪɡʊk /Incomprehensible or meaningless language
I found it/ˌhʌləbəˈluː/An uncomfortable commotion
Idea/ˈɪŋkl̩ɪŋ/A slight suspicion
Cacorrhaphiophobia/ Kakorrhaphiophobia /fear of failure
Kerfuffle/karˈfafal/A riot, a conflict, a commotion
Inadequate/ ˌlækəˈdeɪzɪkl̩ /Lack of enthusiasm, very lazy
Lutscher/ˈlɒlɪɡaɡ/Hesitating, aimlessly spending time
pampering/ ˈmɒlɪkɒdl̩ /To treat someone very leniently
Nudiustertian/ nudiustertianer /The day before yesterday
peripatetic/ˌperɪpəˈtetɪk/A nomad; someone who travels from place to place
Ragamuffin/ ˈræɡəmʌfɪn /A person who wears shabby clothes
drunk/ˈsɒzl̩d/Very drunk
Taradiddle/ ˈtærədɪdl̩ /British word for a little lie
Tittynope/ titty fuck /A small amount left
Wassail/ˈwɒseɪl/mulled wine
whipcatcher/ ˈwɪpəsnæpe /A confident and cheeky person
Winklepicker/ winklepicker /A shoe with a pointed toe
Kummervoll/ˈwəʊbɪɡɒn/Looks sad

Popular English Slang Words You Must Know

If you're an internet person scrolling through Instagram and watching TikTok, you might have seen some words that you thought were used in a completely different context. While some vocabulary might seem like some sort of Gen Z code to you, once you get the hang of it, it's actually fun to play around with.

Become fluent in TikTok lingo in no time with this list of the most popular slang words in English. You can also find321 more funny American slang expressions here.

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Bae/ˈbaɪ/A romantic partner, "baby" in a romantic context
Extra/ extra /Overdone, overdone
To bend/ to bend /To show off
to ghost someone/ ˈgəʊst ˈsʌmwʌn /Stop talking to someone abruptly and without explanation
Hangry/ ˈhæŋɡri /When someone is angry because they are hungry, they are "hungry."
I'm dead/ aɪm ded /They're not really dead, they're just dying of laughter
lit/lɪt/cool funny
Unobtrusive/ ləʊkiː /Heimlich
mood/Dirt/Used to reinforce something to relate to
none/ˈnəʊ Stock/No lie, really
Salty/ˈsɔːlti/Angry about a little thing
Slay/ sleɪ /Do an excellent job at something or look stunning
spill the tea/ spɪl ðatiː /gossip
Yet!/ˈjiːt/An expression of excitement

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Abibliophobie/ Abibliophobie /A phobia of running out of things to read
Akatalektik/əˌkatəˈlɛktɪk/Have a complete number of syllables
aesthetic/ ˈiːsθiːt /Someone sensitive to the beauty of art
Ailurophil/ʌɪˈljʊərəˌfʌɪl/A person who loves cats
Angst/ æŋst /A state of deep anxiety, usually related to existential matters
apricot/ apricot /The warm rays of the sun in winter
Berserker/bəˈsɜːk/Go mad with anger
Borborygmus/ˌbɔːbəˈrɪɡməs/The sound your stomach makes when you're hungry
cacophony/ kæˈkɒfəni /A noise of terrible noises
Klinomanie/klinomanie/An obsessive desire to stay in bed
puzzle/ kəˈnʌndrem /A difficult problem to solve
lintel/ˌdiːfɛnɪˈstreɪʃ(ə)n/Throw someone out the window
Epeolatry/ Epeolatry /admiration of the words
Erinous/ rocky /Something (or someone) that looks like a hedgehog
Eutonia/eutonic/Pleasantness of the word sound
Heliophilie/ Heliophilie /love of the sun; a desire to stay in the sun
Iridescent/ˌɪrɪˈdesnt/Produce a display of rainbow-like colors
feminine/jentacular/Everything to do with breakfast is jentacular
Lamprophonie/ Lamprophonie /The act of speaking out loud
languor/ ˈlæŋɡə /Lethargy; weakness of body and mind
languor/ˈlæsɪtjuːd/A state of physical or mental lack of energy; fatigue
limerence/ Limerence /A state of infatuation with another person
Logophil/ˈlɒɡə(ʊ)fʌɪl/A man who loves words
macrosmatic/macrosmatic/Have a good sense of smell
Mixologe/mɪkˈsɒlədʒɪst/A person who mixes drinks
Mondgrün/ˈmɒndəɡriːn/Hearing or misinterpreting song lyrics
Nadir/ ˈneɪdɪə /The lowest point in a situation
panacea/ ˌpænəˈsɪə /A remedy or solution that could fix any problem
You will talk a little/ few speak /Someone who says very little
Petrichor/ˈpɛtrʌɪkɔː/The smell of earth after the rain
Pluviophil/ pluviophil /Someone who loves rain
teller/ ˌrækɒnˈtɜː /Someone who is very good at telling stories
Somnambulist/ sɒmˈnæmbjʊlɪst /A person who sleepwalks
Without/ without /The realization that every passer-by has a life full of experiences, emotions and problems just like you
supine position/ˈsuːpaɪn/Lying on your back, face up
output/ ˌtɜːdʒɪvəˈseɪʃn̩ /The art of twisting what someone says
Absquatize/tu əbˈskwɒtʃʊleɪt/To leave without saying goodbye
To accustom/ tu ɪˈnjʊə /Getting used to something uncomfortable
Ulotrich/ ulotricous /With curly hair
Vellichor/vellichor/The melancholy of used bookstores
Xertz/ xertz /Greedy eating or drinking caused by excessive hunger or thirst

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Learning English words can make you feel lightheaded! But there is no reason to be careless or sad about it. With practice, anyone can learn beautiful new words in English, even if it's a lot of rambling.

We hope this list of the weirdest, funniest, and most beautiful English words will turn you into a true logophile with an indescribable epeolatry.

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What is the most beautiful English word? ›

“Cellar Door” One of the most famous theories comes from Lord of the Rings author J.R.R. Tolkien, who proposed in a 1955 speech that “cellar door” is the most beautiful word (or phrase) in the English language.

What are elegant words? ›

  • graceful.
  • handsome.
  • luxurious.
  • classy.
  • fine.
  • stylish.
  • majestic.
  • magnificent.

What are the rarest English words? ›

Here are the fifteen most unusual words you can find in the English language.
  • Nudiustertian. ...
  • Quire. ...
  • Yarborough. ...
  • Tittynope. ...
  • Winklepicker. ...
  • Ulotrichous. ...
  • Kakorrhaphiophobia. ...
  • Xertz. Who would have imagined it?
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What are 10 interesting words? ›

10 unusual words to add to your English vocabulary
  • Anachronism. An anachronism is something (or someone) that is out of place in terms of time or chronology. ...
  • Accismus. A form of irony in which someone feigns indifference to something he or she desires. ...
  • Cacophony. ...
  • Draconian. ...
  • Limerence. ...
  • Pareidolia. ...
  • Riposte. ...
  • Sanctimony.

What are some creative words? ›

  • innovative.
  • inventive.
  • imaginative.
  • innovational.
  • talented.
  • gifted.
  • ingenious.
  • originative.

What are some dreamy words? ›

  • fanciful.
  • introspective.
  • nightmarish.
  • otherworldly.
  • pensive.
  • quixotic.
  • utopian.
  • whimsical.

What are the 12 powerful words? ›

What are the twelve powerful words? Trace, Analyze, Infer, Evaluate, Formulate, Describe, Support, Explain, Summarize, Compare, Contrast, Predict. Why use the twelve powerful words?

What are 10 happy words? ›

Excellent, laughs, joy, rainbow, outstanding, butterflies, sunlight, kisses, weekends, cake, cheers, relaxing, Saturdays, cupcake, extraordinary, hilarious, moonlight, optimistic, peaceful, romance, internet.

What words describe joy? ›

Synonyms of joy
  • happiness.
  • blissfulness.
  • bliss.
  • joyfulness.
  • enjoyment.
  • gladness.
  • pleasure.
  • delight.

What are the 2 most beautiful words? ›

Summer afternoon – summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.”

What is the strongest word for beautiful? ›

synonyms for most beautiful
  • alluring.
  • cute.
  • dazzling.
  • fascinating.
  • fine.
  • graceful.
  • magnificent.
  • marvelous.

What is an aesthetic word? ›

Aesthetic is used to talk about beauty or art, and people's appreciation of beautiful things. ... products chosen for their aesthetic appeal as well as their durability and quality. Synonyms: ornamental, artistic, pleasing, pretty More Synonyms of aesthetic.

What is a smart word for beautiful? ›

Synonym Chooser

Some common synonyms of beautiful are comely, fair, handsome, lovely, and pretty.

What is a pretty word? ›

attractive, beautiful, charming, cute, elegant, good-looking, graceful, handsome, lovely, neat, pleasant, a little, considerably, fairly, kind of, moderately, quite, rather, reasonably, somewhat.

What are English hidden words? ›

  • buried.
  • clandestine.
  • concealed.
  • covered.
  • covert.
  • dark.
  • invisible.
  • latent.

What are some aesthetic words? ›

  • attractive.
  • elegant.
  • exquisite.
  • beautiful.
  • appealing.
  • ravishing.
  • beauteous.
  • stunning.

What is the most uncommon 5 letter word? ›

Good luck!
  • ADIEU. Adieu means the same as goodbye. ...
  • TARES. Any of various vetch plants, such as Vicia hirsuta (hairy tare) of Eurasia and North Africa.
  • SOARE. A now obsolete noun meaning a young hawk, but one that does appear in the Wordle dictionary.
  • DUCAT. ...
  • OUIJA. ...
  • CAROM. ...
  • ERGOT. ...
  • CRAIC.
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What's a unique word? ›

To explain this very simply, a unique word is one that's unusual or different in some way. It might have a complicated history or interesting connections to another language. But, primarily what makes an English word interesting is its unusual spelling, pronunciation or meaning.

What is the most powerful word? ›

A person's name is the most powerful word you can say to them. Most successful business executives, teachers, sales people, psychologists, and more understand the significance of learning and using someone's name.

What is a fun word? ›

amusing, enjoyable, entertaining, lively, pleasant, celebration, distraction, enjoyment, joke, joy, laughter, pastime, pleasure, sport, absurdity, ball, blast, buffoonery, cheer, clowning.

What is the most unique English word? ›

Do you know what a quincunx is? Here are 15 of the most unusual words in the English dictionary
  • ​Deliquescent. Adjective: Becoming liquid, or having a tendency to become liquid.
  • Flabbergast. Verb: Surprise someone greatly.
  • Flimflam. ...
  • Floccinaucinihilipilification. ...
  • Limerence. ...
  • Loquacious. ...
  • Obdurate. ...
  • Omnishambles.
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What are the cutest words? ›

A List Of The Cutest Words Ever Created!
  • dunderhead.
  • dobby.
  • lewispoo.
  • chomp.
  • wiggly.
  • snurfle.
  • toesy woesies.
  • piggy.

What is your Power word? ›

What is a Power Word? A power word is a word relates to the theme of your year or current focus in your life. The word resonates with your being and reminds you that you have the power to change! When you have found it, the power word helps you to feel expanded, inspired and empowered.

How can I Strong My English word power? ›

How To Improve Your Vocabulary
  • Read, Read, Read. Become a voracious reader. ...
  • Keep A Dictionary Handy. This goes hand-in-hand with reading and being exposed to new words. ...
  • Play Word Games. ...
  • Word Of The Day. ...
  • Understand The True Meaning Of A Word. ...
  • Use New Words In Conversations. ...
  • Write. ...
  • Consume Movies And Media In English.
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What is the true power of words? ›

Words have power. Their meaning crystallizes perceptions that shape our beliefs, drive our behavior, and ultimately, create our world. Their power arises from our emotional responses when we read, speak, or hear them.

What is happiness in 1 word? ›

1, 2 pleasure, joy, exhilaration, bliss, contentedness, delight, enjoyment, satisfaction.

What is a fancy word for happy? ›

cheerful, contented, delighted, ecstatic, elated, glad, joyful, joyous, jubilant, lively, merry, overjoyed, peaceful, pleasant, pleased, satisfied, thrilled, upbeat, apt, fortunate.

What is the strongest word for happy? ›

  • satisfied.
  • pleased.
  • contented.
  • thrilled.
  • delighted.
  • gratified.
  • joyful.
  • content.

What kind of emotion is joy? ›

Joy and happiness are both emotions where a person has feelings of contentment or satisfaction. But both these feelings may differ from each other based on the reasons causing the feeling and the nature of the feeling.

What are the three types of joy? ›

Shri Ramakrishna:- There are three kinds of Ānanda, joy: the joy of worldly enjoyment, the joy of worship, and the Joy of Brahman.

What makes life happy? ›

People often think things like money or luxury lead to happiness, but research indicates some healthy life practices may actually be the key. Simple experiences like spending time with friends and family or practicing gratitude may promote a healthier outlook on life.

What is the world's best word? ›

23 of the Most Beautiful Words in the World
  1. Spookasem (Afrikaans) ...
  2. Kaamos (Finnish) ...
  3. Hiraeth (Welsh) ...
  4. Hanyauku (Rukwangali) ...
  5. Mellifluous (English) ...
  6. Nakakapagpabagabag (Tagalog) ...
  7. Kæreste (Danish) ...
  8. Cryptoscopophilia (English)

What are the most cool words? ›

Full list of words from this list:
  • zenith. the highest point of something.
  • zealot. a fervent and even militant proponent of something.
  • yearn. desire strongly or persistently.
  • yawner. a person who yawns.
  • xenophobia. a fear of foreigners or strangers.
  • x-axis. the horizontal axis in a plane coordinate system.
  • wonky. ...
  • wanton.

What word is beyond beautiful? ›

pulchritudinous Add to list Share. Even though it looks (and sounds) like it would describe a disease or a bad attitude, pulchritudinous actually describes a person of breathtaking, heartbreaking... beauty.

What is an ancient word for beautiful? ›

Pulchritude is a descendant of the Latin adjective pulcher, which means "beautiful." Pulcher hasn't exactly been a wellspring of English terms, but it did give English both pulchritude and pulchritudinous, an adjective meaning "attractive" or "beautiful." The verb pulchrify (a synonym of beautify), the noun ...

What is the most powerful word in the universe? ›

The Greek word, 'Agape,' is heart transforming and, when applied, word empowering. It has the power to resurrect, to create, to transform, to forgive and to remove obstacles. Though experienced by relatively few, it is available to all through Jesus.

What are fancy words for pretty? ›

synonyms for pretty
  • attractive.
  • beautiful.
  • charming.
  • cute.
  • elegant.
  • good-looking.
  • graceful.
  • handsome.

What are cute aesthetic words? ›

  • attractive.
  • elegant.
  • exquisite.
  • beautiful.
  • appealing.
  • ravishing.
  • beauteous.
  • stunning.

What is a word for beyond beautiful? ›

Some common synonyms of gorgeous are glorious, resplendent, splendid, sublime, and superb. While all these words mean "extraordinarily or transcendently impressive," gorgeous implies a rich splendor especially in display of color.

What is a slang word for attractive? ›

A common slang word for someone who is attractive is to say they are hot (adj.) or call them a hottie (n.): “That lifeguard is hot!” “Let's go talk to those hotties playing volleyball.”

What is a unique word? ›

To explain this very simply, a unique word is one that's unusual or different in some way. It might have a complicated history or interesting connections to another language. But, primarily what makes an English word interesting is its unusual spelling, pronunciation or meaning.

What is one word beauty? ›

admirable, adorable, alluring, angelic, appealing, beauteous, bewitching, captivating, charming, classy, comely, cute, dazzling, delicate, delightful, divine, elegant, enthralling, enticing, excellent, exquisite, fair, fascinating, fetching, fine, foxy, good-looking, gorgeous, graceful, grand, handsome, ideal, inviting ...

What is the most loving word? ›

- “Amour”, the French word for love, has been voted the most romantic word in the world in a pre-Valentine's Day survey of language experts.


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