Even though it isn't my native language, I love english. I love the sound and accent of words, and I think they sound so elegant and mellifluous!! I enjoy expanding my vocabulary, so in this article i selected 50 english words that have a beautiful sound and meaning.
I hope you learn some new words and like this article♡

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  • aquiver - quivering, trembling
  • aubade - a love song which is sung at dawn
  • aurora - dawn
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  • bel-esprit - a person of great wit or intellect
  • bibliosmia - the smell and aroma of good old books
  • brumous - of grey, foggy skies and winter days
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  • cogitate - to think deeply about something
  • ebullience - being cheerful and full of energy
  • effervescence - bubbles in a liquid
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  • eloquence - beauty and fluency in speech
  • elysian - beautiful, creative, divinely inspired
  • ethereal - extremely delicate and light, out of this world
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  • eumoirous - feeling happy due to being honest and wholesome
  • euneirophrenia - the peace of mind that comes from having pleasant dreams
  • eunoia - beautiful thinking; a well mind
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  • evince - reveal the presence of a quality or feeling
  • felicity - intense happiness
  • gadabouth - a person who travels often for pleasure
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  • gloaming - twilight, dusk
  • hiraeth - a homesickness for a home you can't return to, or that never was
  • ineffable - too great to be expressed in words
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  • insouciance - casual lack of concern; carefree
  • lissom - thin and graceful (person)
  • mellifluous - a sound pleasing to hear
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  • metanoia - the journey of changing one's mind, heart, self or way of life
  • nook - usually a corner providing security
  • nubivagant - wondering in the clouds, moving through the air
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  • panacea - a solution to all problems
  • paroxysm - a sudden burst of emotions
  • petrichor - the smell of earth after rain
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  • philomath - a lover of learning
  • phlegethon - a stream of fire or fiery light
  • propinquity - the state of being close to someone
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  • psithurism - a sound of the wind through trees
  • resplendent - shining brightly
  • reverie - a state of being pleasantly lost in one's thoughts; a daydream
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  • serendipity - an unexpected development of events in a beneficial way
  • serene - calm and peaceful
  • soliloquize - to talk to oneself
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  • solivagant - wondering alone
  • sonder - the realization that each passerby has a life as vivid and complex as your own
  • sumptuous - luxurious and expensive-looking
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  • talisman - a good luck charm
  • tarantism - the uncontrollable urge to dance
  • tintinnabulation - a tinkling sound
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  • trouvaille - a valuable discovery, or a lucky find
  • vellichor - the strange wistfulness of used bookshops
  • vivacious - attractively lively and 'animated'
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  • zeal - great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective
  • zephyr - a gentle, mild breeze
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Thank you very much for reading, I hope you were entertained by this article, and maybe even found it useful if you are studying english language or simply want to expand your vocabulary.

I am not an expert on this topic, so I am not 100% sure if all of these words are english or have an english origin.
I simply wrote what I found on the Internet, so if you know more about this topic than me, please let me know if you think I made a mistake somewhere!!

See you in my next article♡

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