ravishingly


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Related to ravishingly: indescribably, bewildering

rav·ish·ing

 (răv′ĭ-shĭng)
adj.
Extremely attractive; entrancing.

rav′ish·ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.ravishingly - in a ravishing manner or to a ravishing degree; "she was ravishingly beautiful"
Translations
بصورةٍ فاتِنَه
úchvatně
betagende
elragadóan
á töfrandi hátt
úchvatne
büyüleyici bir şekilde

ravishingly

[ˈrævɪʃɪŋlɪ] ADVencantadoramente
ravishingly beautifulenormemente bello

ravishingly

adv beautifulhinreißend, atemberaubend; dressed, decoratedatemberaubend schön

ravishingly

[ˈrævɪʃɪŋlɪ] adv ravishingly beautifuldi incantevole bellezza

ravishing

(ˈrӕviʃiŋ) adjective
extremely delightful; very lovely. She looks ravishing tonight.
ˈravishingly adverb
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But when the whole class was here assembled, childlike heads were seen among this bevy of young girls, ravishingly pure and virgin, faces with lips half-opened, through which shone spotless teeth, and on which a virgin smile was flickering.
A ravishingly lovely lady, who exclaimed, with a cry of rapture, `At last
They went up the great staircase, one step at a time; at the top of it there gleamed at them out of the shadows the figure of a nymph crouching by a fountain, a figure ravishingly beautiful, the flesh warm and glowing with the hues of life.
The plan rose fully formed in Kim's mind, and he smiled ravishingly.
Glenarm put out a little hand, ravishingly clothed in a blush-colored glove, and laid it on the athlete's mighty arm.
Ravishingly shot on location in the eponymous Portuguese coastal city (long deserving of just such a cinematic valentine) in an elegant shuffle of aspect ratios and film stocks, this narratively slender item is unapologetically a mood piece: a film that's in love with love, in love with cinema, and concerned that neither is built to last.
The Interlude is a moment of calm among the carols but out of context it did not work as stand-alone piece, even though ravishingly played.
Romney could go on painting ravishingly well, or merely with striking oddity, to the end --the imposing portrait of Warren Hastings from 1795 has evidently been thought about.
Aniston -- looking ravishingly attractive on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter -- will likely achieve "respect'' in a more normal dramatic way.
The contest is open to females of all ethnicities who see themselves as ravishingly gorgeous, intelligent, talented, stylish women with the ultimate embodiment of a captivating and blazing beach beauty.
Variety called the story of a wealthy retired actor whose self-deception and hypocrisy hobble his marriage "a richly engrossing and ravishingly beautiful magnum opus" that, despite its over three-hour running time, mesmerised cinema-goers.