10 Beautiful Words in English Language

1. Serendipity

Meaning: The occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way

Example: Serendipity is a sign of God making corrections to your chosen path.

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2. Bucolic 

Meaning: Of or relating to the pleasant aspects of the countryside and country life.

Example: The bucolic landscape below describes the beauty of mother nature.

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3. Dalliance

Meaning: A casual romantic or sexual relationship.

Example: The dalliance lasted longer than expected.

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4. Petrichor

Meaning: Scent of first rain falling on the dry earth.

Example: The petrichor that rose from the desert floor after the rain was perfume to me.

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5. Woebegone

Meaning: Sad or miserable in appearance.

Example: And when they appeared before me,  both were looking woebegone.

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6. Eloquence

Meaning: Fluent or persuasive speaking or writing.

Example: Come and watch the eloquence of shakespeare against the backdrop of borde hill.

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7. Harbinger

Meaning: Messenger of the future

Example: Here in the great metropolis, we rely on different harbingers to mark the turn of the seasons.

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8. Serenade

Meaning: A piece of music sung or played in the open air, typically by a man at night, for his lover.

Example: Near the woods, the beautiful woman was serenaded by Jack.

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9. Synchronicity

Meaning: The simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection.

Example: What might matter to you is arranging it so that your steps have some synchronicity.

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10. Solace

Meaning: Comfort or consolation in a time of distress or sadness.

Example: She found solace in the memories that she had created with him.

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