exquisiteness exquisiteness


  • (n) extreme beauty of a delicate sort


  1. In both books Porcellino uses autobiography to explore the universal exquisiteness of everyone's life.
  2. Beauty, Japanese-style, is defined by miyabi and aware, a pair of terms that describe both the exquisiteness of a moment and the sadness implicit in its passing.
  3. The other three often had the exquisiteness of Hokusai prints brought to life.


  • Those shredded boyfriend jeans and the light in her eyes

    Posted in Fashion / Fashion blog / Fashion photo shoots / Fashion pictures On and off camera, in the comfort of our homes or on the busy streets, clothes become our second skin, our armor, our string of emotions untold, of feelings unsolved. And for as much as we like to hide and rediscover ourselves in intricately crafted layers of fabrics, it’s when we finally let go of all exquisiteness that ...
    on July 23, 2013     Source: StyleBistro


  1. Mike Selvey writes of a 23-year-old Sachin Tendulkar, typically detecting in the genius a "stroke of such exquisiteness the old maharajah surely would have had it carved in ivory and placed on a plinth"; Rohit Brijnath's essay of Tendulkar at 30...
    on Mar 12, 2007 By: Mike Selvey Source: Hindu

  2. "I have been wearing their stuff for at least 12 years now. Honestly, I was quite taken aback by their exquisiteness. They are so individual in their style. In a place like New York, people can walk on their hands naked and no one will notice. But...
    on Oct 16, 2006 By: Pooja Bhatt Source: Times of India

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