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Venust

venust
adjective

Pronunciation:

[ve-nust]

Definition:

Physically appealing, beautiful.

Usage:
"Michael would greet every attractive woman he saw with a chorus of compliments, calling them anything from venust to callipygian, or complimenting them on their cupidity, if only because one day he would find a girl who knew these terms and their geeky romance could ensue."

Etymology:
From the latin venustus of the same meaning.

- Love Tahlia, hungry like the wolf.
Tags: adjective, v, wordsmith: brbplayingchess
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