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beaux

 (bōz)
n.
A plural of beau.

beaux

(bəʊ; bəʊz)
n
a plural of beau

beau

(boʊ)

n., pl. beaus, beaux (bōz).
1. a girl's or woman's sweetheart.
2. a dandy; fop.
[1250–1300; Middle English < French < Latin bellus beautiful]
References in classic literature ?
I'm sure there's a vast many smart beaux in Exeter; but you know, how could I tell what smart beaux there might be about Norland; and I was only afraid the Miss Dashwoods might find it dull at Barton, if they had not so many as they used to have.
Besides, you feel, when she is boasting of her beaux that she is doing it to rub it well into you that you haven't half so many.
Really, Gilbert, we must be getting on in years," said Anne, with a half-rueful smile, "when children who were six when we thought ourselves grown up are old enough now to have beaux.
Indigo Beaux, an all-new subscription box service focused on delivering quality lifestyle products to women, will make its debut on July 1 via their website, www.
Not just any ball, but none other than one of the most anticipated social galas in Denver, the Beaux Arts Ball benefiting National Jewish Health.
Welcome to the La Beaux Plantation" is a young adult novel that tells the story of Elizabeth Hausman as her life falls apart and she is forced to piece it back together.
In 1899, William Merritt Chase called Cecilia Beaux "not only the greatest living woman painter, but the best that ever lived" (11).
A new bookshop set within an American museum of art was inspired by monochromatic art and subtly respects the architecture of its Beaux Arts host.
I couldn't care less about the football,'' said Stanford band member Edwina Beaux as she toted her psychedelic sousaphone and green-sequined unicycle through the crowds at Brookside Park.