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14 Beautiful English Words You Will Definitely Want to Learn

English is a very beautiful language. It’s always nice to learn new interesting words – it’s motivating and challenging at the same time.

This article includes words that either have a wonderful sound or a beautiful meaning. You don’t want to miss those words and make sure to include them in your vocabulary!

  1. Scintilla (noun)

This is my favourite word which means a “small amount” of something, it’s quite a rare word.

  1. Felicity (noun)

This beautiful word means happiness, luck, or a condition that produces positive results.

  1. Umbrella (noun)

I am not the biggest fan of this word, but many of my students love this word ! Umbrella is what you use to cover from rain.

  1. Lagoon (noun)

Nature is always beautiful and many words describing it are wonderful as well. Lagoon is a shallow body of water separated from a larger body of water by barrier islands or reefs.

  1. Ripple (noun)

A small wave or series of waves on the surface of water, especially as caused by a slight breeze or an object dropping into it.

  1. Riparian (adjective)

Riparian describes something that is relating to or situated on the banks of a river.

  1. Mellifluous (adjective)

The pronunciation of this word speaks for itself. You can use this word when you want to say that something has a pleasant, sweet and flowing sound.

  1. Labyrinthine (adjective)

This word is used to describe something that has a lot of parts and is therefore confusing.

  1. Ambiguity (noun)

You can use it when you wish to say that something has more than one possible meaning and therefore may cause confusion.

  1. Lilac (noun / adjective)

Lilac is a beautiful flower, which also smells good. This word can be used as an adjective, too. In the second case, it denotes that something has a pale pinkish-violet color.

  1. Luminous (adjective)

If something is luminous it means that it produces or reflects bright light, especially in the dark.

  1. Halcyon (adjective)

This word is used to describe an idyllic time in the past that is remembered as better than today.

  1. Reverie (noun)

Reverie is a state of having pleasant dreamlike thoughts; a daydream.

  1. Eloquence (noun)

The quality of delivering a clear, strong and persuasive message (while speaking or writing).

This is only a small portion of all the amazing words that exist in the English language. Extend this list and find more beautiful words that you like.

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