01. These flowers give off an [exquisite] perfume when they open in the evening.
02. Her wedding gown was simply [exquisite]. She looked like a princess.
03. Sebastien built an [exquisite] little farm set for his grandchildren.
04. Her photographs are [exquisite] studies in the use of light and shadow.
05. This delightful red wine has [exquisite] tastes of fresh berries and chocolate, with a hint of spice.
06. Her newest fashion line represents a model of [exquisite] femininity.
07. The sunset this evening was simply [exquisite], with pinks and oranges that were awe-inspiring.
08. Anton Chekov once noted that [exquisite] nature, daydreams, and music say one thing, real life another.
09. Her father is a jewelry maker who sells his [exquisite] creations through some of the most fashionable boutiques in the world.
10. Laura has [exquisite] taste, and will be sure to make your wedding an unforgettable event.
11. Our handmade paper is [exquisitely] transformed into beautiful wedding invitations, gift boxes, and more.
12. Her grandfather is a craftsman who creates [exquisitely] hand-carved wooden wall clocks.
13. Edgar Allan Poe wrote that there is no [exquisite] beauty without some strangeness in the proportion.
14. Jacques Maritain once suggested that gratitude is the most [exquisite] form of courtesy.
15. Luis Bunuel once remarked that doctors have invented the most [exquisite] form of torture ever known to man: survival.
16. Barbara Coloroso once observed that children are [exquisitely] alert, sensitive, and conscious of their surroundings.
17. [Exquisitely] simple, yet unbelievably complex, the egg is one of nature's wonders.
18. Come taste the incredible variety of dishes and the [exquisiteness] of our local products at this city's finest restaurant.
19. Our jewelry is fashionable, it shines with [exquisiteness], and is made from the best-quality silver decorated with stones and pearls.
20. The [exquisite] workmanship of the cloisonne creations of Fabergé made the items much prized by the czars, though of course they were essentially useless.
21. She was [exquisitely] turned out: her clothes, make-up, and jewelry were in perfect taste, perfectly elegant.

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