gorgeously : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an impressively beautiful manner
the Princess was gorgeously dressed
- It called Charlie Chaplin "gorgeously funny.
- The writing is extremely provocative corporations are marauders, politicians are fascists who commit genocide and yet it is always gorgeously wrought.
- Even the songs slow down (yes, this is also a musical), from John Mayer's vigorous take on Route 66 to James Taylor warbling Randy Newman's gorgeously plaintive Our Town.
News & Articles
- Shack saved; ‘Marilyn’ retires; Grad night and more
Busted and boarded up, the Maysonnave Cottage is hanging in there by the skin of its peeling paint. Rather than demolish the sad shack, located in Depot Park behind the gorgeously restored Maysonnave House on First Street East, the city council is looking for a white knight to step in and pay for renovations. This heroic entity would then lease the property from the city, which would retain ...
June 7, 2013 - Sonoma Valley Sun
- Rupert Holmes in Washington Post
David combines being unbelievably smart and being gorgeously sensitive. And that's a very powerful combination,Holmes says. "He's a great listener. He hears what people are saying and tries to see their point of view. And it's a great gift...
- Len Goodman in Examiner.com
As reported on the Daily Mail's website, Len Goodman said, "I've had the surgery now. Everything's gorgeously good. I'll be back in September for sure."
- Patsy Kensit in Mirror.co.uk
Grattan's great because it sells gorgeously glamorous clothes at reasonable prices,says Patsy. "They're perfect for busy mums who need to budget."