beauty of bone

Quantz

Senior Member
French
"She had kept her beauty, largely because it was a beauty of bones."

Une beauté anguleuse ?
 
  • Suehil

    Medemod
    British English
    I think it means that the beauty came from the bone structure and therefore did not diminish with age. 'Une beauté structurelle', perhaps?
     

    Quantz

    Senior Member
    French
    Once you have the meaning I'm sure that a better translation will be no problem :)
    May I beg to differ ? :D Once you have the meaning, you're on top of the Everest. To translate, you have to climb it down. :eek:
     
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