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brunette

brunette

/bɹuˈnɛt/
noun
a person, usually a woman, with dark brown hair and white skin
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This is the NYX Microbrow pencil in brunette.

So this is a Nyx Tinted Brow mascara in brunette.

- Sweet Jesus, did you see the jugs on that brunette?

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heart-shaped

heart-shaped

/hˈɑːɹtʃˈeɪpt/
adjective
shaped like the common representation of a heart, with two equal curved parts

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pear-shaped

pear-shaped

/pˈɛɹʃˈeɪpt/
adjective
(of a person) having a wide lower-waist and narrower upper-waist; shaped like a pear

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curvy

curvy

/ˈkɝvi/
adjective
(of a woman's body) attractive because of having curves
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Drivers say it performs excellently on tight curvy roads.

The way I've drawn it is all curvy.

It's actually curvy in three dimensions.

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albino

albino

/æɫˈbaɪˌnoʊ/
noun
a person or animal born with no pigment, which is a genetic condition that can turn the skin and hair white and the eyes pink
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Ask him about his albino!

Nobody gives two albino shits,

That's a true albino pigeon.

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overweight

overweight

/ˌoʊvɝˈweɪt/
adjective
weighing too much or more than what is desired or expected
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He was severely overweight, so he needed an exercise program for his own health.

Oh, she sees herself as being overweight

Whereas the vast majority of people in North America are overweight!

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bald

bald

/ˈbɔɫd/
adjective
having little or no hair on the head
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Graham Flanagan: Look at that beautiful bald man.

Why did Rob go bald, and what does it mean?

There's something about being bald and owning it.

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curly

curly

/ˈkɝɫi/
adjective
(of hair) having a lot of curls or waves
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So she has the gene right there for curly hair.

So I got like the fifth version of the curly allele.

There could be multiple versions of the curly allele in our gene pool.

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fair-haired

fair-haired

/fˈɛɹhˈɛɹd/
adjective
having hair that is light in color

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moustache

moustache

/ˈməsˌtæʃ/
noun
the hair that grow on someone's upper lip
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He was fifty-five years old, and he had grey hair and a big grey moustache.

I don't really know the sign for moustache, yet.

So, good thing I had a moustache.

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beard

beard

/ˈbɪɹd/
noun
the hair that grow on the chin and sides of a man’s face
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Men's hair becomes gray first because it's sixteen years older than their mustaches and beards."

He had red hair, and a great red beard.

These days I have a new beard, and I'm thinner than I was.

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skinny

skinny

/ˈskɪni/
adjective
unattractively thin; very thin
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So, I kinda noticed that, in the last month or so, she was getting skinnier.

And she was just... getting skinnier.

She was very skinny.

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underweight

underweight

/ˈəndɝˌweɪt/
adjective
weighing less than the desired or normal amount
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Arthur is still underweight.

I mean if you're not severely underweight and it's not anorexia.

Throughout recent years this has caused world class ski-jumpers to become extremely underweight, including many examples of anorexia.

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attractiveness

attractiveness

/əˈtɹæktɪvnəs/
noun
the state or quality of being beautiful or pleasing to the eye or ear
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CNBC does a similar ranking, but it looks at the state's attractiveness for business.

This influences people by the way of incidental cues, like a speaker's physical attractiveness or personal relatability.

Does your member actually make a difference in attractiveness or ability to pleasure your partner?

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fairness

fairness

/ˈfɛɹnəs/
noun
beauty; the quality of being attractive
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But in all fairness, the ID.3 wasn't designed to be quick off the line.

So the U.S. China trade dispute is essentially about fairness.

He argued that justice is fairness.

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muscular

muscular

/ˈməskjəɫɝ/
adjective
(of a person) powerful with large well-developed muscles
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There was an element as well of muscular Christianity that healthy exercise was very very good.

They had powerful forelimbs, massive clawed feet, and muscular jaws that could deliver a crushing bite.

And although the arms were muscular, they didn’t measure up to force of its bone-crunching bite.

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slender

slender

/ˈsɫɛndɝ/
adjective
(of a person or body part) attractively thin
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She has an Aryan-like bent on favoring perfect, slender women.

Or would you pick a slender volume based on a radio show?

It helps when moving through sand biomechanically speaking to be as slender as possible.

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wrinkle

wrinkle

/ˈɹɪŋkəɫ/
noun
a small fold or line in a piece of cloth or in the skin, particularly the face
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When attached to the motors, Frubber moves and wrinkles just like human skin.

But the story of Raptorex wouldn’t be complete without talking about the final wrinkle in this saga:

The Prisoner’s Dilemma shows us some interesting wrinkles in contractarianism.

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graceful

graceful

/ˈɡɹeɪsfəɫ/
adjective
moving in a pleasing and attractive way, or having an appealing shape
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We know whales as graceful giants.

They're graceful.

And their graceful aging might be a clue to how cellular aging works in general.

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acne

acne

/ˈækni/
noun
a skin condition in which small red spots appear on the face or the neck, mainly affecting teenagers
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You can use it for acne, you can use it for many different things.

Face mapping can identify the cause of your acne.

And today we will be debunking myths about acne.

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chubby

chubby

/ˈtʃəbi/
adjective
(particularly of children and babies) slightly fat in a way that is attractive
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The process is also used on fat suits, double chins, and chubby hands.

Pigs are like big chubby dogs you can eat at Christmas.

I love their chubby little bodies.

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complexion

complexion

/kəmˈpɫɛkʃən/
noun
the natural color and appearance of someone's skin, especially the face
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The only thing I really invest in anymore is like complexion products.

Miracle Brazilian butter blend for glowing facial complexion.

I think it will look nice with my skin complexion.

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freckle

freckle

/ˈfɹɛkəɫ/
noun
(usually plural) a small light brown spot, found mostly on the face, which becomes darker and larger in number when exposed to the sun
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And he knows how to sit, and he has freckles and the most beautiful eyes.

and she's got freckles.

So wrestling shoes, sweatpants, freckles, tank top, it's a mess.

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to grimace

to grimace

/ˈɡɹɪməs/
verb
to twist our face in an ugly way because of pain, strong dislike, etc., or when trying to be funny
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Grimacing, he left his path to follow the sound to its source.

You can't smirk, or you can't grimace; you can't make faces.

The Auteur grimaced and said, very interesting.

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slim

slim

/ˈsɫɪm/
adjective
thin, in an attractive way; slender
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It's a slim wallet.

Margins can be razor thin, and any challenges or missteps can eat into already slim profits.

Still, even with a police report, the chances of catching them are slim.

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stout

stout

/ˈstaʊt/
adjective
(of a person) slightly fat and heavy
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Carpenters hammered up a gallows of stout planks above a barrel.

[Cannons firing] President Roosevelt said, "Let our hearts be stout."

Built by GM Mitch Kupchak, Clever Spanish big man Pau Gasol, stout point guard Derek Fisher and the savvy adaptable Lamar Odom.

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to trim

to trim

/ˈtɹɪm/
verb
The act of cutting or clipping something neat and orderly, especially beard or hair
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I trim usually after periods because dried-up blood is gross.

Trimming a video is very easy.

Trimming a video is by far the easiest part of editing.

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stubble

stubble

/ˈstəbəɫ/
noun
short stiff hair growing on the skin when it is not shaved, typically on a man's face
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James: I LIKE THE STUBBLE.

[Griffin] There's different shapes of stubble?

Beard style, Nick Offerman today am heavy stubble.

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posture

posture

/ˈpɑstʃɝ/
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the position that one's body is in, while sitting or standing
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It also maintains our posture by holding us upright.

"Sitting at a desk all day will give you bad posture.

" We need to get away from the notion that there's one good or one bad posture.

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figure

figure

/ˈfɪɡjɝ/
noun
the shape of a person's body, particularly a woman, when it is considered appealing
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Archaeologists most often cite a population figure of 7,000, but estimates range up to 20,000.

And when my horse slipped and fell on the ice, a little figure appeared and insisted on helping me.

Oh, I also remember that my boyfriend was like, "Dude, she's a public figure.

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hourglass figure

hourglass figure

/ˈaɪʊɹɡlæs fˈɪɡjɚ/
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the body shape of a woman with a small waist and larger hips and breasts

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plait

plait

/ˈpɫeɪt/
noun
a long piece of hair formed by three parts twisted over each other
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It's called plait bread.

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