Female news readers tend to get the sack when they have passed the stage of pulchritude .
The availability of steaming pulchritude has always been a magnetic feature of college life but I never thought that it would be emphasized in recruiting literature.
Camp lovers and connoisseurs of buxom pulchritude may find these worth a peek.
Tearing my eyes away from this vision of male pulchritude , I notice yet another Gable.
the irresistible pulchritude of her friend
Attracted in turn to the youthful pulchritude of Laura and Claire, he describes his obsession for the latter as ‘pure desire in a void’, but it is a contrived passion that could be more aptly characterised as devoid of pure desire.
In their 11th annual Hollywood issue, the style mag has gathered together 10 of the world's most esteemed and, not to put too fine a point on it, pulchritudinous actresses to grace the cover.
Overlooking all this is Christ the Redeemer, possibly the world's most iconic sacred statue, tasked with blessing the most pulchritudinous and yet most violent city on earth.
Alas, his heart is not as strong as it once was, a condition that becomes more worrisome both physiologically and affectively when he awakes in a hospital to find a remarkably pulchritudinous young woman at his bedside.
Borrowdale, stretching south from the attractive bustle of Keswick and the tranquillity of Derwent Water, is about as beautiful as it gets in this admittedly very pulchritudinous corner of northern England.