cosmetically : Definition, Usages, News and More

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kawzme tik lee

  • r  for cosmetic purposes to improve appearance
    it is used cosmetically by many women

  • But it's not just the plastic surgeons who help the cosmetically challenged.
  • Not that Clinton's order came as much of a surprise: A temporary ban on "cosmetically modified" assault weapons was first instigated last November, pending Treasury Department .
  • Facing potentially disastrous parliamentary elections in July, the LDP found Koizumi's wide popular support irresistible, and his face representing, at least cosmetically, a .
News & Articles

  • First Looks: Braven 850 HD Wireless Speaker
    Announced at CES in January, Braven's newest model Braven 850 ($300) is its largest Bluetooth speaker yet -- a direct challenger to Jawbone's Big Jambox, with better features. Beyond dramatically improving sound and volume performance from the smaller, cosmetically similar Braven 650, Braven 850 is now able to wirelessly pair with a second speaker for expanded stereo sound, and use its ...
    June 12, 2013 - iLounge

  • Heather Mills in International Herald Tribune
    As much as everyone would love it to go flying, I'm sure it's not going to come off,Mills says. "It can, once it gets hot, start to slide and come off, so I've pulled a sleeve over the top, which doesn't look as cosmetically good."
  • Josh Brolin in Toronto Sun
    It's a beauty and the beast thing cosmetically,Brolin says.
  • Mark Spitz in San Jose Mercury News
    It has to do with your personal best, with what you can do cosmetically with your face as you get older,said Spitz, 58, whose beefcake poster (star-spangled Speedo, seven gold medals, wild-man mustache, no wrinkles) once adorned the bedroom...

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