Noun(1) an aura of heightened value or interest or meaning surrounding a person or thing
(1) In this book they have captured the magic and mystique of bonefishing.(2) eliminating the mystique normally associated with computers(3) I suppose that it's because there's this mystique and marvel surrounding astronauts and trips into space, you know?(4) the tiger has a mystique that man has always respected and revered(5) the mystique surrounding the monarchy(6) the West is lately rethinking its cowboy mystique(7) He is still shrouded in mystique - but he is no longer quite such a mystery.(8) Having retained its aura of mystique and history since time immemorial, it has become a restful corner in our hectic world.(9) We are left with a line-up which is fresh, appealing and not without its fair share of mystique .(10) Much mystery and mystique surrounds opinion polling and focus groups conducted for political parties.(11) Unfortunately there is much mystique surrounding trade marks.(12) Do you ever sit back and laugh at the mystery or mystique that surrounds you?(13) There was a kind of mystique about the Japanese art of Bonsai, which many thought could be mastered only with years of training.(14) No other sports come close to matching the martial arts for a sense of mystique and mystery.(15) The legal system's terms and mystique create an impression of complexity and unapproachability.(16) The monarchy has not been able to maintain its mystique .
1. charisma ::
2. glamour ::
3. romance ::
4. mystery ::
5. magic ::
6. charm ::
7. appeal ::
8. allure ::
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