Can we use "What/such +a/an + noun" without an adjective between "a/an" and "noun"? Because I've heard the sentence "What a beauty you are."

For example:

What a dress
What a hamburger
Such a pair of shoes
Such a girl you are

And what if the noun was a plural noun or an uncountable noun? Can we still use this structure?

For example:

What beauties (you are)
Such men
Such furniture



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