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aesthete

n. a person who cultivates a superior appreciation of beauty, especially in the arts; often used to imply that the person's appreciation is excessive, affected, or impractical.

aesthetic

adj. pertaining to an appreciation of beauty

beatific

adj. demonstrating extreme joy or blessedness

beatitude

n. 1. supreme blessedness; exalted happiness
2. (capitalized with the) A series of declarations about blessedness made by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount

Benign

adj. 1. kindly; mild and gentle in effect
2. not malignant, as a growth or tumor

benignant

adj. beneficial; kindly

benison

n. a blessing or benediction

bona fide

adj. authentic; genuine

bonanza

n. 1. a rich mass of ore
2. an unexpected source of great wealth or luck; a windfall

bon vivant

n. a person who enjoys good food and drink and lives luxuriously

boon

adj. jolly; convivial (usually used with companion)
n. a benefit greatly enjoyed

debonair

adj. suave; urbane; nonchalant

eugenics

n. the study of improving a species, especially humans, by genetic control such as discouraging the reproduction of individuals presumed to have undesirable innate traits and encouraging the reproduction of those with desirable traits

euphemism

n. the use of a neutral, mild, or vague word or phrase instead of a more explicit one that might offend

euphony

n. pleasant sounds, especially in spoken language

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