Definition of exquisit
1. exquisite [ a ] intense or sharp
Examples: "suffered exquisite pain" "felt exquisite pleasure"
(Leo Lemon, "Catch Up With" and "Something to...)
Done in the modern style of a `` confession '' , Fink tells in exquisite detail how he came to know , and , more important , love his mother 's pet salamander , Alicia .Synonyms exquisite keen Related Terms intense
2. exquisite [ a ] of delicate composition and artistry
Examples: "a dainty teacup" "an exquisite cameo"
3. exquisite [ a ] lavishly elegant and refinedSynonyms recherche exquisite Related Terms elegant
4. exquisite [ a ] of extreme beauty
Examples: "her exquisite face"
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