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pulchritudinous (adj.)

"beautiful, fine or graceful in any way," 1877, American English, from pulchritude (from Latin pulchritudo "beauty," genitive pulchritudinis) + -ous. Earlier English had now-obsolete pulcrious "beautiful, fair" (c. 1500).

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Definitions of pulchritudinous

pulchritudinous (adj.)
used of persons only; having great physical beauty;
pulchritudinous movie stars
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