picturesque po angielsku

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adj. resembling a picture, suitable for a painting

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The experience in Venice, the carnival and its picturesque alleys made us fall in love even more, so much that we came back there the following year and especially after the graduation, too.
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The worse their rhymes are, the more picturesque they look.
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They make one's rooms look so picturesque.
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We like the picturesque landscapes in Switzerland.
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and a picturesque variety of uniforms, infantry, Zouaves, dragoons without their horses. And with them were forest guards and officers from the villages that had received too late the news of the retreat,
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had gone rolling past him at full speed, bristling with guns and red caps. They had presented a most picturesque train in the boulevards, like a kind of interminable wedding procession.
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The house is extremely picturesque. It opens onto a beautiful valley at the back.
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The cobbler's other neighbour, Señor Zurro, a quaint, picturesque type, had nothing to do with Señor Ignacio and felt for the proof-reader a most cordial hatred. El Zurro went about forever concealed behind a pair of blue spectacles, wearing a fur cap and ample cassock.
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And I think that mine is this: a morbid longing for the picturesque at all costs.
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Here in Vermont the affair was not so picturesque as it might have been on the Western prairies.
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