Pulchritudinous is an adjective that means having great physical beauty. Even though it looks (and sounds) like it would describe a disease or a bad attitude, pulchritudinous actually describes a person of breathtaking, heartbreaking…beauty.

But beauty is in the eye of the beholder….
and dievca knows that sometimes she is pulchritudinous in Master’s Eyes.

18 Comments on “pulchritudinous”

  1. 🙂 A lovely write, D ! 🙂

  2. Pelelotus says:

    In truth beauty and in beauty truth. X

  3. It is such a fantastic word! Yes it does sound like it would be something awful..having this word used to describe oneself is a bit thrilling..

  4. esther says:

    that will never be me 😦
    how wonderful to know that you are to Master! xx

  5. missagathaarmstrong says:

    always in His eyes x

  6. jackiemallon says:

    Love that word and it’s not used enough. Thank you! (It doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue but sometimes tongues should be made work a bit ;-))

  7. Hehehe sounds like a maladie, doesn’t it? ”Pulchritudinous disease”… Pheew, I’m not in danger of catching this virus! xxx

  8. Totally agree, such an ugly word to describe such beauty!



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