prettyish


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prettyish

(ˈprɪtɪɪʃ)
adj
quite pretty
References in classic literature ?
Miss Bennet, there seemed to be a prettyish kind of a little wilderness on one side of your lawn.
The Lederlung was a prettyish little creature certainly, and her voice (what there was of it) was very sweet, and there is no doubt that the Strumpff was not in her first youth and beauty, and certainly too stout; when she came on in the last scene of the Sonnambula, for instance, in her night-chemise with a lamp in her hand, and had to go out of the window, and pass over the plank of the mill, it was all she could do to squeeze out of the window, and the plank used to bend and creak again under her weight--but how she poured out the finale of the opera