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分享英语中100个最美的单词

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分享英语中最美的100个最美的单词
英语中最美的100个最美的单词
,如何在写作中运用美丽的单词? 必克英语和童鞋们分享这100个美丽的单词,相信在不久的将来就会排上用场。 祝大家学习进步,龙马精神!


英语中最美的100个最美的单词(英语)

1 adroit            Dexterous, agile.
2 adumbrate   To very gently suggest.
3 aestivate      To summer, to spend the summer.
4 ailurophile     A cat-lover.

5 beatific          Befitting an angel or saint.
6 beleaguer     To exhaust with attacks.
7 blandiloquent Beautiful and flattering.
8 caliginous     Dark and misty.
9 champagne  An effervescent wine.
10 chatoyant    Like a cat’s eye.
11 chiaroscuro The arrangement of dark and light elements in a picture.
12 cockle          A heart-shaped bivalve or a garden flower.
13 colporteur    A book peddlar.
14 conflate        To blend together, to combine different things.
15 cynosure      A focal point of admiration.
16 desuetude   Disuse.
17 diaphanous Filmy.
18 diffuse          Spread out, not focused or concentrated.
19 dulcet           Sweet, sugary.
20 ebullient       Bubbling with enthusiasm.
21 effervescent Bubbly.
22 efflorescence Flowering, the opening of buds or a bloom.
23 elixir                A good potion.
24 emollient        A softener.
25 encomium      A spoken or written work in praise of someone.

26 ephemeral      Short-lived.

27 epicure          A person who enjoys fine living, especially food and drink.
28 epiphany      A sudden revelation.
29 erstwhile       At one time, for a time.
30 eschew         To reject or avoid.
31 esculent        Edible.
32 esoteric         Understood only by a small group of specialists.
33 ethereal        Gaseous, invisible but detectable.
34 etiolate          White from no contact with light.
35 evanescent   Vanishing quickly, lasting a very short time.
36 exuberant      Enthusiastic, excited.
37 felicitous        Pleasing.
38 fescue          A variety of grass favored for pastures.
39 foudroyant    Dazzling.
40 fragile           Very, very delicate.
41 fugacioius    Running, escaping.
42 gambol         To skip or leap about joyfully.

43 glamour         Beauty.
44 gossamer      The finest piece of thread, a spider’s silk.

45 halcyon          Happy, sunny, care-free.

46 hymeneal       Having to do with a wedding.
47 imbricate      To overlap to form a regular pattern.
48 imbroglio       An altercation or complicated situation.

49 imbue           To infuse, instill.
50 incipient       Beginning, in an early stage.
51 ingenue         A naïve young woman.
52 inglenook    The place beside the fireplace.
53 inspissate   To thicken.
54 inure             To jade.
55 jejune           Dull; childish.
56 lagniappe    A gift given to a customer for their patronage.
57 lagoon         A small gulf or inlet in the sea.
58 languor         Listlessness, inactivity.
59 lassitude      Weariness, listlessness.
60 laughter       The response to something funny.
61 lilt                 To move musically or lively, to have a lively sound.
62 lithe              Slender and flexible.
63 loquacious Talkative.
64 luxuriant      Thick, lavish.
65 mellifluous   Sweet-sounding.
66 missive         A message or letter.
67 moiety         One of two equal parts, a half.
68 mondegreen A misanalyzed phrase.
69 nebulous      Foggy.
70 niveous         Snowy, snow-like.
71 obsequious Fawning, subservience.
72 odalisque     A concubine in a harem.
73 oeuvre         A work.
74 offing            That part of the sea between the horizon and the offshore.
75 onomatopoeia The creation of words by imitating sound.
76 paean          A formal expression of praise.
77 palimpsest  A manuscript written over one or more earlier ones.
78 panacea         A complete solution for all problems.
79 panoply         A complete set.
80 pastiche       A mixture of art work (art or music) from various sources.
81 peccadillo     A  peculiarity.
82 pelagic         Related to the sea or ocean.
83 penumbra    A half-shadow, the edge of a shadow.
84 peregrination Wandering, travels.
85 petrichor      The smell of earth after a rain.
86 plethora       A great excess, overabundance.
87 porcelain     A fine white clay pottery.
88 potamophilous Loving rivers.
89 propinquity  An inclination or preference.
90 Pyrrhic         Victorious despite heavy losses.
91 quintessential The ultimate, the essence of the essence.
92 redolent       Sweet-smelling.
93 rhapsody     A beautiful musical piece.
94 riparian       Having to do with the bank of a river or other body of water.
95 ripple          A small, circular wave emanating from a central point.
96 scintillate    To sparkle with brilliant light.
97 sempiternal  Forever and ever.
98 seraglio       Housing for a harem.
99 serendipity  Finding something while looking for something else

100 surreptitious Sneaky

 


 



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