Blooming, brilliant, shining, beaming, splendid, resplendent, dazzling, gorgeous, superb, magnificent, sublime, grand.

    Picturesque, statuesque, artistic, èsthetic.

    Passable, not amiss, undefaced, spotless, unspotted.

  • Ugliness (Substantives), deformity, inelegance, plainness, homeliness, uncomeliness, ungainliness, uncouthness, clumsiness, stiffness, disfigurement, distortion, contortion, malformation, monstrosity, misproportion, want of symmetry, roughness, repulsiveness, squalor, hideousness, unsightliness, odiousness.
  • (Phrases). A forbidding countenance; a hanging look; a wry face; "spretœ injuria formœ."

    An eyesore, an object, a figure, a sight, fright, guy, spectre, scarecrow, hag, harridan, satyr, sibyl, toad, baboon, monster, Caliban, Hecate.

    (Phrase). "Monstrum horrendum, informe, ingens, cui lumen ademptum."

    (Verbs). To be ugly, etc.

    To render ugly, etc., to deform, deface, distort, disfigure, disfeature, misshape, blemish, spot, stain, distain, soil, tarnish, discolour, sully, blot, daub, bedaub, begrime, blur, smear, besmear 653, bespatter, maculate, denigrate, uglify.

    (Phrase). To make faces.

    (Adjectives). Ugly, plain, homely, unsightly, unornamental, unseductive, ill-looking, ordinary, unseemly, ill-favoured, hard - favoured, evil - favoured, hard-featured, hard-visaged, ungainly, uncouth, slouching, ungraceful, clumsy, graceless, rude, rough, rugged, homespun, gaunt, raw-boned, haggard, scraggy.

    Misshapen, shapeless, misproportioned, ill-proportioned, deformed, ill-made, ill-shaped, disfigured, distorted, unshapen, unshapely, humpbacked, crooked, bandy, stumpy, dumpy, squat, stubby, bald, rickety.

    Squalid, grim, grisly, gruesome, macabre, grim-faced, grim-visaged, ghastly, ghost-like, death-like, cadaverous, repulsive, forbidding, grotesque.

    Frightful, odious, hideous, horrid, shocking, monstrous.

    (Phrase). Ugly as sin.

    Foul, soiled, tarnished, stained, distained, sullied, blurred, blotted, spotted, maculated, spotty, splashed, smeared, begrimed, spattered, bedaubed, besmeared; ungarnished.

  • Ornament (Substantives), adornment, decoration, embellishment, illustration, illumination, ornature, ornateness, gaud, pride.
  • Garnish, polish, varnish, gilding, japanning, enamel, lacquer, etc.

    Cosmetic, rouge, powder, lip-salve, etc.

    Jewel, gem, brilliant, etc. 650, bijouterie, spangle, trinket, carcanet.

    Embroidery, broidery, brocade, gallon, lace, fringe, trapping, trimming, chiffon, hanging.

    Wreath, festoon, garland, chaplet, tassel, knot, epaulette, frog, ermine.

    Feather, plume, panache, aigrette.

    Nosegay, bouquet, posy, buttonhole.

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