beau ideal


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Synonyms for beau ideal

one that is worthy of imitation or duplication

Synonyms for beau ideal

an ideal instance

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Godolphin's Beau Ideal has yet to race over further than an extended six furlongs and won two of his three starts last season, rounding off his campaign when scoring in the Listed Criterium de Vitesse.
ItAAEs a legend, a myth, a beau ideal, a 510-hp unicorn of an automobile.
The Khalsa lost a leader who had, by commanding personality, foresight and skill, become their beau ideal and secured them the status of sovereign people.
In terms of escapism, it's the ne plus ultra, the dernier cri, le beau ideal and lots of other fancy foreign words.
Stock points to U2 singer and New York Times contributor Bono as the beau ideal.
While democracy is said to rest on universal principles, thus far President Bush's beau ideal has involved force-feeding freedom to recalcitrant Muslims.
She intends to use the knowledge she gained to launch a mobile pampering business called Beau Ideal early next year.
The first chapter rehearses the tradition of the academic model and tracks the gradual replacement of the beau ideal by more specific depictions highlighting the particularities of the individual body, reflecting the influence of physiognomic theory.
Duffy wants us to reconsider exactly what Shelley meant when he wrote that his poem represents "the beau ideal as it were of the French Revolution" (126).
Winckelmann ne preconise pas--meme si certains de ses disciples agiront ainsi--de copier, voire de pasticher les Grecs, mais seulement de s'efforcer, a l'image de leurs sculpteurs, d'exprimer le Beau ideal.
The ornamental steps and balustrading near the river gives the place an Italian appearance and when the visitor shall have finished his visit, he will no doubt come to the conclusion, that the grounds, when they shall have bee// perfected, will be the beau ideal of one of the many palatial estates that dot the shores of the Italian lakes.
Oprah manned the point, first with her willingness to openly confront her weight issues and challenge women to take charge of their lives, and then by introducing the world to her baldheaded former jury consultant beau ideal.
His achievements lay not in his science per se but rather in his creation of the beau ideal of the entomologist.
Haydon, and representatives of the Royal Academy of Art and the Dilettanti Society, the Elgin Marbles debates became a focal point for the challenging and defending of a neoclassical beau ideal publicly associated with the cultural legitimacy of a Tory elite.
Cochran, with whose work Scranton's can profitably be compared - is the nation's industrial beau ideal (p.