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  • adjective comparative form of pretty: more pretty


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  • "Through research I've also discovered that 46% of 16-year-old teenage girls would consider plastic surgery to make themselves what they call prettier or thinner."

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  • I've noticed a few women friends starting to dress very prettily and femininely, wearing more skirts and makeup in prettier (less drab) colors.

    18th and 19th Century Country Women

  • It looks like an anachronism in Chicago's magnificent skyline, and it's no prettier from the street next to it either.

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  • -- Taking a cue from Apple, Dell and others are offering up PCs in prettier packages.

    Coffee Break: Jan. 4

  • And further, consider the invention of Appalachia, US, as a culture when it's always been part of the Middle Atlantic and as ethnically mixed as any other part of the Middle Atlantic states, just a bit poorer and in prettier landscape.

    Cultural Appropriation

  • Poor Amelia, it was a good deal for her to be called prettier than a very dusty boy in a fight.

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  • My Beautiful Mommy is a picture book about plastic surgery that aims to explain why mom is getting a flatter tummy and a 'prettier' nose.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • I just need to work on making things "prettier", I think.

    Creating a Beautiful Home Without Decorating

  • For those willing to hand over 81,000, a 20-minute procedure can transform a normal, round hole into a "prettier" vertical slit.

    Navel Nirvana

  • Plus, she shacked up with 7guys, used them and then took off when something 'prettier' came along.

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