a tiny, molelike patch worn, usually on the face, as to set off the fairness of the skin.
a mole or other dark mark on the skin.
a place of exceptional scenic or architectural beauty:
Montserrat is the beauty spot of the islands.
The Gaelic Diarmid had similarly a beauty spot on his forehead.
Indian Myth and Legend Donald Alexander Mackenzie
A door leads into the conservatory, which is always a beauty spot.
Dorothy’s Tour Evelyn Raymond
I think Tom—I mean Mr. Parsons—looks quite artistic with that beauty spot.
A Quarter-Back’s Pluck Lester Chadwick
It is, indeed, difficult to avoid the use of extravagant language in the attempt to describe this beauty spot of Nature.
Across the Equator Thomas H. Reid
I don’t suppose he remembers there’s such a beauty spot as this where we’re sitting now, even if he ever saw it.
A Fortunate Term Angela Brazil
Sometimes we went to the seaside, or made an excursion to some beauty spot in Normandy.
My Memoirs Marguerite Steinheil
The latter had what is called a Ball seirce, or beauty spot, which no woman could resist.
Dean of Lismore’s Book Various
The beauty spot on her hand, just by her little finger, had grown larger, and was as black as though mortification had set in.
Rene Mauperin Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt
But the beauty spot in all this loveliness is right in the centre—a rose-garden.
From a Terrace in Prague Lieut.-Col. B. Granville Baker
With a gleam beneath a dancing ray of sunlight, with a beauty spot of white foam here and there.
Menotah Ernest G. Henham
a place of outstanding beauty
a small dark-coloured patch or spot worn on a lady’s face as an adornment or as a foil to her complexion
a mole or other similar natural mark on the skin
- Beauty strip
a narrow forest corridor left uncut alongside a road or body of water.
- Beauty therapist
noun a person whose job is to carry out treatments to improve a person’s appearance, such as facials, manicures, removal of unwanted hair, etc
a city in and the capital of Oise, in NW France: 13th-century cathedral. a river in W Europe, flowing SW from S Belgium through N France to the Seine, near Paris. 186 miles (300 km) long. a department in N France. 2273 sq. mi. (5885 sq. km). Capital: Beauvais. Historical Examples One Canchon, bishop of […]
de Beauvoir. Contemporary Examples Sartre, Beauvoir, Vian and Greco were holding court in the cafes and nightclubs of Saint German. Must Reads: Kennedy, Sontag and Paris, ‘A Partial History of Lost Causes,’ ‘City of Bohane,’ ‘Flatscreen’ Lauren Elkin, Mythili Rao, Drew Toal, Nicholas Mancusi April 5, 2012 Historical Examples She bequeathed to Jefferson Davis the […]