From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgorgeousgor‧geous /ˈɡɔːdʒəs $ ˈɡɔːr-/ ●●○S3 adjective informal1BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGextremely beautiful or attractive‘What do you think of my new flatmate?’ ‘He’s absolutely gorgeous!’You look gorgeous, Maria.► see thesaurus at beautiful2NICEextremely pleasant or enjoyable syn lovelya gorgeous cakeThe hotel room had a gorgeous view. —gorgeously adverb
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gorgeous• Liz is absolutely gorgeous.• Look at that guy over there. Isn't he gorgeous?• That woman on "Baywatch" - I think she's gorgeous.• And to top it all off, he was gorgeous.• I love your dress! It's such a gorgeous colour!• It's such a gorgeous day, we're going to go blackberrying.• The apartment had been furnished in rich, deep colors and gorgeousfabrics.• You look absolutely gorgeous in that dress!• He is gorgeous, not strong, but showy.• Men are not equipped with gorgeousornaments or stereotypedcourtshiprituals, however it may look in the averagediscotheque.• What a gorgeous sound that was.• The following week, on a gorgeoussunny day, I worked both in the sun and in comparativedarkness.• Palm-fringed beaches, guaranteedgorgeousweather and an equally warm local welcome make it one of the finestholiday hot-spots.absolutely gorgeous• Denice thinks she's absolutely gorgeous.• Yeh, he's absolutely gorgeous.• So we went up, and we got to know him, and he was absolutely gorgeous, of course.