According to alphaDictionary:
“[H]ere are the 100 most beautiful words in English. How do we know we have the most beautiful? They were chosen by Dr. Goodword (Robert Beard), who has been making dictionaries, creating word lists, and writing poetry for 40 years. For five years he wrote the Word of the Day at yourDictionary.com and since 2004 he has been writing the series, So, What’s the Good Word? here at alphaDictionary. Below is a select list of his favorite poetical words that he used in his poetry—or wishes he had.”
I’ve got to admit that I wish I used some of these more often — especially when discussing my fugacious flower garden — in daily writing and even conversation. Perhaps this will give me a reason to start writing letters. Here’s a sampling of the words starting with the name of one of my fiancée’s favorite movies and including the “I” words because my name starts with that letter.
You can see the whole list on the alphaDictionary post as well as a free sample of the upcoming book.