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The 12 Signs as Beautiful, Uncommon Words & Meanings
  • Aries:zenosyne (n) — the sense that time keeps moving faster
  • Taurus:euphonious (adj) — pleasing; sweet in sound
  • Gemini:unbosom (v) — to pour out, to tell freely
  • Cancer:kalokagathia (n) — the good in a person
  • Leo:resplendence (adj) — dazzling in appearance
  • Virgo:ambedo (n) — a trance in which details absorb you
  • Libra:sphallolalia (n) — flirting that leads nowhere
  • Scorpio:telestic (adj) — pertaining to the mysteries
  • Sagittarius:eumoirous (adj) — happiness due to being honest
  • Capricorn:nebulous (adj) — not clear; difficult to see
  • Aquarius:ephemeral (adj) — lasting a very short time
  • Pisces:nefelibata (n) — one who lives in their imagination
demure
—  dɪˈmyʊər, adjective | Deemed one of the most beautiful words in the English dictionary, demure is classified as coy, modest and possessing a innocent shyness, which is reserved and ethereally beautiful. Demure is a silent characteristic which is often used to describe women. Overall it is recognized as a bashful grace, which is often considered attractive. 
Assuage

Verb (used with object)

[uh-sweyj, uh-sweyzh

1. to make milder or less severe; relieve; ease; mitigate:
     to assuage one’s grief; to assuage one’s pain.

2. to appease; satisfy; allay; relieve:
     to assuage one’s hunger.

3. to soothe, calm, or mollify:
     to assuage his fears; to assuage her anger.

Origin:
1250-1300; Assuage comes from Latin ad + suavis, “sweet”. 

“I’ve never known any trouble that an hour’s reading didn’t assuage.”
– Charles De Secondat

He was the clouds
That turned to be nothing but mist and fog and rain.
And in the end he turned into a storm and rained
And he drowned the flowers and the trees that he once nourished
And my little heart, that was once made up of beauty and life and birds
Became a swamp land that feared the unknown and the idea of a broken heart
myriad
—  (noun) In our list of interesting words, myriad makes its place as the most supreme in quantity and quality and as one the most beautiful in the English language.  A myriad is defined as a massive amount of persons or things. (adjective) It is used to describe the vastness of certain aspects. For example: the myriad stars of a summer night or the myriad mind of Shakespeare. Myriad holds more superiority than a word such as enormous because it holds a metaphysical quality; it is innumerable. Due to the latter, it is hard to quantify because its quality is also distinguished.
Beautiful Words

Not enough people give credit to language. I am going to write here a hundered words that I find beautiful or funny or interesting. Pick one. Use one. Language is so important.

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