undeniably beautiful

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  • Never could I have imagined such a look on features I had always considered as cold as they were undeniably beautiful. Cited from The Millionaire Baby, by Anna Katharine Green
  • He saw that Eve was undeniably beautiful -- the man saw that. Cited from The Grey Lady, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • Clarges held up very carefully, out at arm's length, a very fine photograph of an undeniably beautiful woman. Cited from Crowded Out! and Other Sketches, Susie F. Harrison
  • The woman who paused for a moment upon the threshold of the library, looking in upon the little company, was undeniably beautiful. Cited from The Zeppelin's Passenger, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • Yet it was subtle and beautiful too, undeniably beautiful. Cited from The Woman Who Did, by Grant Allen
  • Nurse Helen was undeniably beautiful, even in her severe uniform. Cited from Shelled by an Unseen Foe, by James Fiske
  • The woman was undeniably beautiful, her loveliness the delicately featured, perfectly chiselled beauty that is called classic. Cited from The Short Cut, by Jackson Gregory
  • She was a bad bargain; but her cabin carpets were undeniably beautiful, and his wife approved of her mirrors. Cited from The Day's Work [Vol. 1], by Rudyard Kipling
  • She looked sulky, disagreeable, and secretive, but she was strangely and undeniably beautiful. Cited from The Halo, by Bettina von Hutten
  • She was undeniably beautiful; not young, but rather in that St. Martin's Summer when a woman learns for the first time the value of her charms. Cited from The Astonishing History of Troy Town, by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • She was undeniably beautiful -- a dainty little head, crowned with a wealth of golden-brown hair, sweet hazel eyes, a lovely mouth, and the most bewitching dimples. Cited from The Statesmen Snowbound, by Robert Fitzgerald
  • We have all felt some element of art lacking in the painter who goes to Killarney, Italy, or Switzerland, and brings us back a faithful representation of undeniably beautiful places. Cited from Imaginations and Reveries,(A.E.) G. W. Russell
  • Lottie Mason was a tall, striking brunette of twenty-five, undeniably beautiful, and, as Dick had learned, undeniably daring. Cited from Little Lady of the Big House, by Jack London