Strikingly Beautiful Phrases



Beauties of English Index


This list provides few of the Strikingly Beautiful Phrases.



  • The accident of an accident

  • We agree to disagree.

  • Better than the best

  • Best of the best - James Rhoades

  • Bitterest bitterness - Francis Thomson

  • Breathe the breath - Thomas Hood

  • Brutish beasts - Julius Caesar 3 : 2 : 110

  • Certain Certainties - T.S. Eliot

  • Delicious delicacies

  • Descriptive description

  • End of the unending

  • The endless endlessness of eternity

  • Excessive exaggeration

  • It is faultily faultless

  • To feel a feel of pity for a person

  • Gentle gentleman - Arden of Feversham 3 : 1 42

  • Ghastly ghost – Swinburne

  • Goods of good quality

  • Guileless guile - Francis Thomson

  • Hallucinatory delusions

  • The happiness of the happy - Samuel Rogers

  • Hate of hate

  • Highest heights

  • A homely home - Jerome K. Jerome

  • Few men speak humbly of humility, chastely of chastity, skeptically of skepticism – Pascal

  • Illogical logic

  • Immortal mortal - F. Thompson

  • To impede impediments

  • Inconceivable conceptions

  • Insatiable satiety of sensualism

  • You can learn to learn

  • Love of loving love

  • Make much too much of it

  • Misguiding guide

  • Momentous moment

  • Much of a muchness - Sir John Vanbrough

  • A little noiseless noise among the leaves – Keats

  • Obscene obscurity

  • Perfect perfection

  • Pitiable pity – Swinburne

  • Poetical poetry

  • The purest of the pure – Browning

  • To be rarely rare

  • To be really real

  • Where reason is utterly unreasonable - G.K. Chesterton

  • Shadow of a shade

  • Shapeless shape

  • Unreasonable reason - G.K. Chesterton

  • Utterly unutterable rubbish - Swinburne

  • Villainous villain

  • Voiceless voice

  • Womanly woman

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