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You certainly wouldn't hear these words in an American conversation. Most Americans wouldn't even understand what they mean. Even if they did, they sound really uppity and snobbish, as if someone were trying to show off their education or higher social standing. Conversationally, one might say that someone has a bubbly personality, but "effervescent" would definitely be reserved for written usage.
Here are 10 most beaytiful words.10 Beautiful Words
The adjective eloquent describes someone (or something, such as a speech, a text, etc.) that uses words well – in a skilled, fluent, and effective way.
You could say a lawyer gave an eloquent defence of his client, if he expressed himself well. Or there were a number of eloquent speakers at the conference – people who are good at speaking and using words.
Serene is another adjective – it means completely calm, peaceful, tranquil – without any disturbance, agitation, or trouble.
We often use this word to describe very still and calm water or sky, but it can also be used to talk about a person, saying they look/appear serene or have a serene expression on their face.
A lullaby is a song we sing to help a baby or child go to sleep.
Lullabies often have melodies which are slow and calm. A couple examples of common lullabies in English are “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” and “Rock-a-bye baby.”
A chandelier is a decorative lighting fixture that holds a number of lights and hangs from a ceiling.
Chandeliers can be large or small, and they’re considered fancy, nicer than average – so they’re more expensive than just a regular light, and they make the room appear more elegant.
Describing someone as oblivious means they lack awareness – they are not seeing or noticing something.
A person walking across a busy street while looking at their phone and wearing ear buds would be oblivious to the danger, because they are not perceiving it.
Something that is phenomenal is really amazing, very impressive, and out of the ordinary. If we manage to send a person to the planet Mars, that would be a phenomenal accomplishment. Or you could look at an actress who did an especially great job playing her role in a movie, and say her performance was phenomenal.
The word crisp is usually used to describe the texture of food that is hard/firm, but that is easily broken or that makes a pleasant, crunchy sound when you bite into it.
You could describe potato chips or crackers as crisp, or a nice fresh apple or carrot as crisp. (Note: in British English, what we Americans call potato chips are actually called crisps!).
Nonchalant describes a person (or their attitude or tone of voice) who appears casual and not especially concerned about a topic or situation.
Someone who is nonchalant is NOT excited or worried or agitated; instead they are relaxed and appear not to care a lot.
Let’s say a child is behaving badly and the parent says “don’t do that” but the parent doesn’t speak more firmly or punish the child, you could say the parent has a nonchalant attitude towards discipline. If you ask someone where they are planning to go to college and they say “it doesn’t really matter; college isn’t so important anyway” – that would be a nonchalant reply.
The word exquisite describes something that is extremely beautiful, especially because it has a lot of details or took a lot of skill to create.
So a wooden table that was hand-crafted with lots of decorations and designs could be called exquisite.
In addition to describing visual beauty, exquisite can also be used for something excellent, like an exquisite wine would have an especially delicious and delightful flavor
Saying that there is a plethora of things means there are a LOT of those things, a large number of them.
Let’s say I really love hats and I have 40 different hats in my closet – then I have a plethora of hats. Some restaurants have a plethora of different dishes – there are many different options on the menu. Espresso English has a plethora of courses and e-books – we have many of them, many ways for you to learn and improve your English skills.
Now you know the meanings of 10 English words that are considered beautiful! Which one was your favourite? Do you have any English words that you enjoy saying, simply because you think they sound pretty? Leave a comment and let me know – I’d be interested in finding out which words you think are nice to say and hear.
Yeah umm ok dude so to non English speakers you might sound legit but to us English mother tongues some of these pronunciations by you are just wrong. And we don’t really use most of these words anymore. Penchant is from the French and is therefore pronounced French which is not po-sho. Wow 😆
Warning: If EVERYone gets on trend using these words, then it is a sad shame that in reality......they will become as repetitive as the word "surreal" was.......
Wake up, everyone.
If these words have beauty, it is because they are NOT overused.
It is a sad thing to see trends destroy anything beautiful.
1. Enchanting - something that is charming and attractive.
2. Effervescent - someone/something that is active, positive and full of energy.
3. Inestimable - Too great to be described or expressed exactly.
4. Savvy - Good understanding or practical knowledge of something.
5. Evocative - Imagine something pleasant.
6. Laud - To praise something or someone highly.
7. Veracity - Habit of telling the truth.
8. Ephemeral - Lasting for a very short period of time.
9. Requisite - A thing that is necessary.
10. Jubilant - Feeling or expressing great happiness. (Because of a success)
11. Penchant - A liking for a habit of doing something that others might not like.
12. Effulgent - something that is shinning brightly, radiant.
13. Fetching - a fetching person or piece of clothing is very attractive.
14. Muse - A person or an imaginary being or force that gives someone inspiration.
Well Hridaan, You are enchanting, effervescent and your content is of inestimable value. Your savvy skills, makes us evocative. Lauded 👏! How can I question your veracity when I visit Let's talk frequently,so its not ephemeral but a requisite! Believe me I am also Jubliant here! Ya! I have a penchant to write what I think! If something is radiant or bright, it can only be effulgent. I mean it! YOU AND YOUR FETCHING TEAM are MUSE to many!Kudos👍.
We always teach the strategies of good presentations to our students however, we don't tell them or can't show them how they sound or how they look when they become nervous, go out of breath make mistakes or finally their gestures go out of their control. This video is a little effort to tell the studentrs and the presenters that how do others perceive them when they give a flawed presentation. Moreover, if they could make little efforts in planning and rehearsing they can give excellent presentations.
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