Third-person singular simple present indicative form of beautify.(verb)
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Use "beautifies" in a sentence
"He had a great respect for the priesthood, and has left many a charming and sympathetic picture of the parish _cure_, such as l'Abbe Janvier in "Le Medecin de Campagne," who acts hand in hand with the good doctor Benassis, as an enlightened benefactor to the poor; or l'Abbe Bonnet, the hero of "Le Cure du Village," whose face had "the impress of faith, an impress giving the stamp of the human greatness which approaches most nearly to divine greatness, and of which the undefinable expression beautifies the most ordinary features.""
"In a paper in the May Nature Neuroscience, Nikolaus Kriegeskorte of the Medical Research Council in Cambridge, England, and colleagues call the non-independence issue the error that "beautifies" results."
"From one of those old manuals, I read this great quote, "A subdued, light color beautifies and gives a natural good look to the legs.""