WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY
Pulchritude
puhl-krə-tood
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Late Middle English, 15th century
1

Beauty

2

Physical attractiveness

Examples of Pulchritude in a sentence

“The princess was known for her pulchritude, with artists lining up to paint her portrait.”

“The pristine wilds of the western U.S. were heralded as evidence of the country’s breathtaking pulchritude.”

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