pulchritudinous


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pul·chri·tude

 (pŭl′krĭ-to͞od′, -tyo͞od′)
n.
Great physical beauty and appeal.

[Middle English pulcritude, from Latin pulchritūdō, from pulcher, pulchr-, beautiful.]

pul′chri·tud′i·nous (-to͞od′n-əs, -tyo͞od′-) adj.
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Adj.1.pulchritudinous - used of persons only; having great physical beauty; "pulchritudinous movie stars"
beautiful - delighting the senses or exciting intellectual or emotional admiration; "a beautiful child"; "beautiful country"; "a beautiful painting"; "a beautiful theory"; "a beautiful party"

pulchritudinous

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pulchritudinous

[ˌpʌlkrɪˈtjuːdɪnəs] ADJ (frm or liter) → bello
PULITZER
Los premios Pulitzer se conceden anualmente en Estados Unidos a trabajos periodísticos, literarios y musicales excepcionales, y gozan de un enorme prestigio. En periodismo se conceden trece premios, entre ellos los destinados al periodismo de investigación y crítica. En literatura existen seis categorías, entre las que destacan las de novela, poesía y teatro. Los premios llevan el nombre del editor periodístico norteamericano Joseph Pulitzer (1847-1911), quien inicialmente aportó el dinero de los premios.
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The exhibition includes works made between 1980 and 2015, organized into four sections: "Auto-Generated Forms," which includes the early pigment piles and the artist's signature optical devices; "Many Kinds of Beauty," in which soulful pristine geometries (including When I Am Pregnant, 1992) will appear with more grotesque and scatological forms; "Time," which features the pulchritudinous red dome At the Edge of the World, 1998; and "Unpredictable Forces," which returns to themes of self-generation and fantasies of the "autonomous expression of matter," as demonstrated by the mechanical arm of My Red Homeland, 2003, grinding ceaselessly through mountains of oily, pigmented wax.
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But the on-screen romantic story of Cleopatra and Antony spilled over into real life once the pair started working together and Burton later revised his opinion calling her: "The most astonishingly self-contained, pulchritudinous, remote, removed, inaccessible woman I had ever seen.
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This idea is aptly epitomized in the work of an action painter like Jackson Pollock, where the act of painting has normative force in its inescapable elaboration of what it otherwise appears only to embody in pulchritudinous drips of pigment.