Monday, November 22, 2010

100 Most Beautiful Words, for Women

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Blissed be! Anita


Anonymous said...

Sensual, or possibly sensuous.

Amy Clarke said...

Inspiration ; stimulation or arousal of the mind, feelings, etc, to special or unusual activity or creativity

Whenever I hear this word I sit up straighter and feel more animated/energetic :o)

igoddess said...

Luminous! Adjective: full of, or shedding light. This word makes me want to "up" my shine factor – to radiate more warmth and magnetism.

Dyane said...

effervescent: –adjective
1. effervescing; bubbling.
2. vivacious; gay; lively; sparkling.

igoddess said...

Found these words on a birthday card this week...

Laura said...

Vibrant - it's about life, colours that pop with energy and good cheer. Vibrant to me is the essential element of life, the spark. Women are all about life: giving life, nurturing life and keeping love and family going generation after generation. We need vibrancy to do all that.

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Michelle said...

Saucy (here in the U.S., anyway) urban def: sassy, sexy
Delectable adj; extremely beautiful

Sarah said...

having, showing, or able to exert great bodily or muscular power; physically vigorous or robust: a strong boy.
accompanied or delivered by great physical, mechanical, etc., power or force: a strong handshake; With one strong blow the machine stamped out a fender.
mentally powerful or vigorous: He may be old, but his mind is still strong.
especially able, competent, or powerful in a specific field or respect: She's very strong in mathematics. He's weak at bat, but he's a strong fielder.
of great moral power, firmness, or courage: strong under temptation.

This word encompasses a lot and i've been defined in all ways possible. Women are strong creatures and this word makes me feel beautiful and majestic- Like a lioness! =D

Shannon said...

Succulent... as in juicy, enticing, delicious and worth waiting for!

Anonymous said...

what about "Soignee" meaning
elegantly made.