What is another word for beautiful people?

Pronunciation: [bjˈuːtɪfə͡l pˈiːpə͡l] (IPA)

When referring to attractive individuals, there is a wide range of synonyms to use instead of the commonly used phrase "beautiful people." Some possible alternatives include "gorgeous individuals," "stunning individuals," "handsome/beautiful beings," "striking figures," "eye-catching personalities," "charming characters," "good-looking folks," and "mesmerizing creatures". Each of these synonyms emphasizes different aspects of physical appearance, personality, or behavior. For example, "mesmerizing creatures" can encompass both physical and personal qualities, whereas "charming characters" puts more emphasis on attractive personality traits. Using varied synonyms can make your writing more creative and interesting while avoiding repetitive language.

Synonyms for Beautiful people:

What are the hypernyms for Beautiful people?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    attractive people, pretty people, good-looking people, handsome people, lovely people.

Famous quotes with Beautiful people

  • I know many beautiful people and their lives are just so terrible. They feel so uncomfortable with themselves. Being comfortable is not about what you look like, but how you feel.
    Monica Bellucci
  • It's difficult to speak with beautiful people. No matter how hard you try to pretend otherwise, you still want them to like you.
    Doug Coupland
  • Maybe our young people are not as vacuous as we would like to lead ourselves to believe - that all they're interested in is hairdos and looking at other beautiful people. Maybe they're interested in learning something.
    David James Elliott
  • Everybody's looking for the niche to make the difference. Some people think they see the mother lode in the beautiful people, especially the vote of the beautiful women.
    Suzanne Fields
  • If any of the beautiful people plan to vote for the president, they usually keep their secret to themselves.
    Suzanne Fields

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