Can you solve the following cryptic clue?
Look at the number of dots. Think of a sport.
Edited title to lead you closer ;)
The answer is
A maiden over in cricket, or 6 (dot) balls without a run being scored, as it would be displayed on a score sheet
Cerium. The six periods refers to a Period 6 element. There are four Period 6 elements that are six letters long: barium, cerium, osmium, and erbium. Cerium's name comes from Ceres, the Roman goddess of agriculture, and presumably all Roman goddesses were beauties.
"Two ellipsis" sounds like tulips. Tulips are considered by many to be beautiful , and also has six characters.
The best answer is
DOTTED and BLANKS
also fit the clue perfectly well. IMO the question is too broad.
Could it be
The Six Point Group
It was a British feminist campaign founded in 1921. The beauty in title could point to the fact that it was a women's movement.
It could be
Someone that is beautiful is said to be
Also, you could
bowl a strike.
If you look at the dots, they look a little like
the bottoms of the 5 pins as they're knocked down at the end of a bowling lane + 1 ball.