When we see women, sometimes we say they are average looking, above-average looking, pretty, beautiful, and perfect. Assuming we rate the attractiveness of women out of 100, what is a word that means almost perfect but is not perfect. For example, what if we felt an attraction of 97 out of 100 for Jane Doe? If beautiful was an 80-89 and perfect is 100. What word would I use to describe those who are believed to have a rating of 90-99? Currently, I have only thought of near-perfect/almost perfect, but I was wondering if there was a single word that described that phrase. When doing a google search for synonyms of beautiful, things like gorgeous, pretty, prepossessed, charming, delightful, handsome, good-looking, and charming come up. For me, gorgeous and prepossessed is equal to or less than beautiful. Also I don't really like the word, gorgeous. Charming and delightful can be attributed towards women, but I usually think of them as gender-neutral and about their personality exclusively. Handsome and good-looking are usually attributed to males (not sure about good-looking but definitely handsome). Preferably, this word should usually relate to women.
I can't think of a single word for near-perfect, but there are many that describe a beautiful woman.
Elegant, gorgeous, ideal, lovely, stunning, radiant, exquisite, fair, fetching, delicate, divine, dazzling, enticing, enthralling, magnificent, resplendent, mesmerizing, charming, captivating, adorable, alluring.
From @Graffito: Superb, majestic, marvelous, sumptuous, admirable
You could always describe her many appealing features in succession followed by a single imperfection to convey the idea better. Or preface one of the listed words with near-*
Hope this helps!
I have generally seen attractive used to express what you explained. It means that the woman is not Vogue magazine material, but all the aspects come together to give the desired effect. If you want to lean towards the 99 end of your range, you could say "extremely attractive". I think "breathtakingly attractive" would be right at 99.
Of very great excellence or beauty.