unpretty


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unpretty

(ʌnˈprɪtɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
not pretty; unattractive
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She deemed herself unpretty then because of these rejections.
The unpretty reality of many conservation efforts is that they cannot be extricated from business.
At Swansea City, the Magpies contained the Welsh club, doing the unpretty work before taking one of their only real, clear-cut opportunities.
The chart-topping group released a massive selection of RnB anthems during the nineties including Unpretty, No Scrubs and Creep.
The slides grind through unpretty images, painting a gloomy picture of decline and drawing invisible lines between past times when such places were at their productive peak, the situation in the late '80s and early '90s, and today.
Darulaman Palace is a lot more than an unpretty face, a result of its past four dissolute decades: It encompasses the sweep of almost nine decades of Afghan history.
Like the patina of raindrops that stain Rodin's bronzes, we find time vitrified in Writer's objects having acted upon clay, presenting proof, unpretty.
What Strout does best is capture those honest, often unpretty little moments, those politically incorrect thoughts and family cruelties.
To some, the result is a notoriously unpretty picture.
That has a harsh sound to it, almost the ring of a moniker dubbed by squaddies on an unpretty but effective military aircraft.
It included her songs Why Hello World, Big Dreaming, a cover of Unpretty Original and Last Forever as well as Adele's Rolling in the Deep, Usher's Climax and Lil Wayne ft Bruno Mars Mirror Original.