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Synonyms for belle

a person regarded as physically attractive

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a young woman who is the most charming and beautiful of several rivals

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Gripping George by the shoulder and pulling him to his feet, he held him with one hand while he looked at Belle Carpenter seated on the grass.
Then Ed Handby took Belle Carpenter by the arm and marched her away.
Come and show yourself," said Miss Belle, leading the way to the room where the others were waiting.
Take your silver butterfly, and catch up that long curl on the left side of her head, Clara, and don't any of you disturb the charming work of my hands," said Belle, as she hurried away, looking well pleased with her success.
I'm nowhere beside you, for Belle has heaps of taste, and you're quite French, I assure you.
To complete her confusion, she saw Belle nudge Annie, and both glance from her to Laurie, who, she was happy to see, looked unusually boyish and shy.
Poor girls don't stand any chance, Belle says, unless they put themselves forward," sighed Meg.
Bible Belles has become more than a business," said co-founder Erin Weidemann.
The Belles started with some friends singing in one of the ladies front rooms, then as numbers increased they had to find a venue and from there the rest is history.
It was a nervous start for both teams, with the Belles going close on several occasions in the opening stages.
Turning south on Market Street, the Belles approach the beloved Pascagoula Drugstore.
I formed the Dixie Belles - a bunch of older women musicians, like me, who were basically retired.
In fact, not only do most have full-time jobs, Belles players must raise enough money themselves to cover all their expenses for the season.
Last year's belle was the larger than life Mandy Dingle from Emmerdale Farm while other belles have included Coronation Street's Vera Duckworth, MEP Dana, TV personality Gloria Hunniford and singer Loretta Lynn.
The Belles made it through the qualifying stages and to the semi final where they met Whickam Fellside who had never conceded a goal throughout the tournament.