Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913 + 1828)
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Beauty (Page: 129)
Beau"ty (?), n.;
Beauty consists of a certain composition of color and figure, causing delight in the beholder. Locke.
The production of beauty by a multiplicity of symmetrical parts uniting in a consistent whole. Wordsworth.
The old definition of beauty, in the Roman school, was, multitude in unity;" and there is no doubt that such is the principle of beauty. Coleridge.
All the admired beauties of Verona. Shak.
She stained her hair yellow, which was then the beauty. Jer. Taylor.Beauty spot, a patch or spot placed on the face with intent to heighten beauty by contrast.