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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscenicsce‧nic /ˈsiːnɪk/ adjective  1 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGsurrounded by views of beautiful countryside a region of scenic beauty2 the scenic routescenically /-kli/ adverb
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scenicOkinawa was scenic and reminded me of Hawaii, based on the movies I had seen.We have one day coach tours to scenic areas in those regions.A fast-paced, delightful story of Romantic Suspense that races through scenic Cornwall as Jessica tries to escape her unknown pursuer.Enjoy numerous scenic drives, or walk along coastlines taking in the breathtaking views Northern Ireland has to offer.There are seven miles of scenic drives with river walks and panoramic views.Realistic recreations of past dark deeds are dramatically brought to life through tableaux, scenic effects and spectacular sound and lighting.He shares insights on his favorite hikes, scenic lookouts, secret beaches, helicopter and boat tours.a scenic road through the Welsh mountainsHighway 55 takes you up a very scenic route along the river.We travelled to the coast by a very scenic route.scenic beautyMonthly payments will then be made for maintaining the lands in a way that preserves their wildlife and scenic beauty.Day 4 Pagan-Mandalay A morning flight takes you to Mandalay where scenic beauty and historical tragedy are inextricably meshed.This fat guide reviews 300 places suitable for skaters with ratings for scenic beauty and pavement quality.The state has long relied on its scenic beauty to draw visitors and attract business.
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