Similar words: mystic, mystical, mystified, antique, etiquette, antiquity, antiquated, mystery. Meaning: [mɪ'stɪːk] n. an aura of heightened value or interest or meaning surrounding a person or thing.
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1 There's great mystique attached to/surrounding the life of a movie star.
2 The mystique surrounding the monarchy has gone for ever.
3 There is a certain mystique about the tiger.
4 His book destroyed the mystique of monarchy.
5 Some of the mystique surrounding the presidency has gone forever.
6 Too much publicity has destroyed the mystique of the monarchy.
7 As winning happened, the mystique blossomed.
8 Conceivably it contributed to the family's mystique.
9 No mystique need surround antibiotics because of their biological origin.
10 By removing the mystique immediately, you avoid the excruciatingly embarrassing guesswork by all and sundry.
11 He was captivated by the aura and mystique, he revelled in the attention and acclaim.
12 The picture loses the special mystique that historically it used to have.
13 It was part of their mystique: total command of the big picture combined with the ability to delegate technical details.
14 Alice's mystique was enhanced by her height and good looks.
15 Much mystique surrounds this territory as nobody has yet plumbed its limitations or possibilities.
16 It was part of the mystique,[www.Sentencedict.com] or so we thought.
17 For that extra touch of mystique we've chosen a pair of dark sunglasses.
18 The romance and mystique surrounding coffee and tea remain primarily intellectual.
19 Myths and mystique grew around the disappearance.
20 The lake alone, focus of a new film starring Ted Danson, has a singular mystique.
21 Some instinctive appreciation of this fact may have given rise to the mystique which surrounded ￡40 a year in contemporary culture.
22 I put the word in inverted commas to highlight a mystique about parenthood.
23 For too long, governments have invested the industry with a special mystique.
24 Here they share an uneasy border with intuition and mystique.
25 The nagging suspicion of sleight of hand merely adds to her mystique.
26 It saddled liberalism with the problem of generals in politics and the mystique of the guerrilla.
27 Our first five were great players, they had a mystique.
28 Shaw was a good organiser and internal collator, well versed in computer mystique.
29 Both cut to pieces anything animal in their path, and both have acquired a mystique of terror in their own land.
30 From the outset a policy was adopted which aimed at eliminating unnecessary jargon and the mystique normally associated with computers.
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