mystique : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an aura of heightened value or interest or meaning surrounding a person or thing
- Wall Street and Fort Knox are still there, of course, but their mystique is fading fast.
- This mystique has bestowed cachet on Nigo's clothes and accessories even among some of the West's coolest celebrities, ranging from New York City graffiti artist Futura 2000 to .
- There goes their mystique, and possibly the lucrative cottage industry they had developed.
News & Articles
- Charles Saatchi: The Reclusive Art Collector Behind a British Ruckus
For a guy who has made dozens of artists famous, including Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, Charles Saatchi is quite reclusive. This is usually a shrewd business move in the art market; talking too much can detract from the mystique of the work or the artist. But it’s a definite minus for a husband who is photographed with his hands at his wife’s throat, especially if that wife is famous. In a ...
June 18, 2013 - Time Magazine
- Steele: Big 12 is No. 2, trails you-know-who
If you've been without an internet connection since Alabama clinched the SEC's seventh consecutive national title in January, you might not have noticed a bit of saber-rattling on the part of Big 12 coaches. Bob Stoops started the parade by trumpeting the Big 12's depth and said the SEC's mystique and reputation are attributable in part to "propaganda." Texas coach Mack Brown later patted Stoops ...
June 17, 2013 - ESPN Blogs
- Central comes close but can't dent Smith, Milford
TAUNTON -- The mystique of Shannon Smith was daunting. The reality was even more daunting. The Milford High senior pitcher, a three-time state Gatorade Player of the Year bound for the University of Kentucky next season, struck out nine of the first
June 13, 2013 - The Eagle-Tribune
- Tony Dungy in Forbes
Tony Dungy calls it "the Patriots Mystique" and acknowledges it's something he and the Indianapolis Colts have to overcome to get to their first Super Bowl.
- Al Davis in Forbes
He was and will remain a part of the fabric of our lives and of the Raider mystique and legacy,Raiders owner Al Davis said. "We loved him and he loved us. We will miss him."
- Geoff Ogilvy in International Herald Tribune
There's such a mystique about it,Ogilvy said Monday. "It's just so hard to imagine a place like this when you grow up in Australia and see it on TV. It's so far-fetched."