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Synonyms for fine-looking

pleasing in appearance especially by reason of conformity to ideals of form and proportion

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But then, the lady tourists had nothing by which to judge save appearances, and Bertie certainly was a fine-looking man.
They were fine-looking men, and they rode one after the other, with most gloomy faces.
Upon this the fine-looking skipper gave signs of distress.
Lord Amersteth was a fine-looking man with a short mustache and a double chin.
Upon which Doctor Crocus, who is a tall, fine-looking Scotchman, but rather fierce and warlike in appearance for a professor of the peaceful art of healing, bursts out of the concourse with his right arm extended, and his chest thrown out as far as it will possibly come, and says:
He said that well designed and fine-looking district government complex was also built in Muzaffarabad with a cost of US dollar 43.
DreamWorks films may not come with the same effortless ability to awe as their rivals, Pixar, but Minions is still one fine-looking movie.
Some fine-looking Regatta jackets - made in China, of course - were being discounted to less than PS20 in the sale.
If that wasn't surreal, the atmosphere for this hastily rearranged match certainly was, after it was shifted from the ailing Gateshead International Stadium pitch to a fine-looking Victoria Park surface.
He was a fine-looking chap but no one else thought that he was anything like up to the job," said Lord Waddington.
The Kizashi (optimism in Japanese) is a fine-looking car which attracted admiring glances.
00 Exeter, nap) Godfrey Maundrell's fine-looking seven-year-old mare won on ground easier than ideal at Wincanton last time - third has won since - and more improvement is expected on this forecast faster surface.
But that's just about where the naffness starts and finishes in the Korean firm's latest model - a fine-looking, four-door saloon that could easily be wearing an Audi or BMW badge.
To undercut the supermarkets without screwing suppliers, he decided to emulate US co-op Park Slope, in Brooklyn, New York, a fine-looking store that turns over millions a year and is manned entirely by volunteer members who do two hours a month.