When writing or talking, it is important to use a variety of adjectives in order to convey different qualities and nuances. However, it is also a good idea to double-check spelling as sometimes words that sound similar can be spelled differently and have different meanings. For example, the word beautiful and beautifull are both spelled the same but have different meanings.
The adjective beautiful means having qualities that delight the senses or the mind. It is used to describe things that are aesthetically pleasing, such as a sunset or a work of art. It is closely related to the words beauty and beautify, and all have the same root, beau-. Almost anything can be described as beautiful, though it is not necessarily attractive to everyone. For example, a brown spotted grass frog may not be attractive to you, but someone who spends all day studying these animals might find it beautiful.
Beautifull is not a word that is used very often and is usually considered to be a misspelling of the word beautiful. This is because the spelling of many English words has changed over time and only became standardized in the 17th or 18th century when the first dictionaries began to be written. Prior to that, spelling was largely based on regional and dialectal differences. Using the word beautifull could make your writing or conversation seem dated and old-fashioned.
The word beautiful has multiple synonyms, some of which include:
Compelling able to hold or attract attention; enthralling; captivating. Breathtaking extraordinarily appealing and attractive; stunning. Glorious shining with a great deal of light or color; brilliant; resplendent.
Ravishing extremely attractive and alluring; enchanting. Majestic displaying a great deal of power or grandeur; grand. Divine expressing or evoking the divine; holy.
Charming causing a person to feel or act delightfully attractive; lovely. Comely characterized by wholesome physical attractiveness; pretty: “She was a tall and comely girl with long wavy hair and green eyes” (Ernest Hemingway). Fair emphasizes purity or innocence: “The highlands, where the plain men have rosy faces/ And young fair maidens / Have quiet eyes.”
Beautiful is one of the most popular words in the English language, and it has many definitions. The most common is that it is an adjective that means pleasing to the eye or arousing pleasure. This can be applied to people, places, or things. When applied to people, it is most often used in the form of a compliment, such as “She was a very beautiful woman.”
Other synonyms for this adjective include handsome, charming, and pretty. Depending on the context of your writing, it can be more appropriate to use one of these other words than beautiful. For example, if you are describing an event in nature, then it would be better to use the word natural than to use beautiful. However, if you are describing a work of art, then the latter word would be more appropriate because it conveys that the object is aesthetically pleasing.