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- adj. comparative form of good-looking: more good-looking
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- adj. more pleasing in appearance especially by reason of conformity to ideals of form and proportion.
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- adj. pleasing in appearance especially by reason of conformity to ideals of form and proportion
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She had been almost as tall as Ali—five ten or so—but as far as Ali was concerned, Brenda was better-looking in every way.
“No, Robert [Pattinson] is still much better-looking than all of us combined,” he grinned, reconsidering his statement.
I got smarter, healthier, better-looking, more attractive to women, started earning more money, and felt a deeper sense of inner peace.
He is even better-looking in person and radiated a warmth and charm not expected from someone like him.
Romney is just a younger and better-looking Bob Dole.
There's a well-documented process to these things, and much of it really is like a political campaign -- just with edible food and better-looking people.
He's running against Claudia Kauffman in the 47th, and he's already got a better-looking operation up and running than Rossi's effort.
Bullying makes the 1 percent feel big, taller, better-looking, more capable, richer, wiser, and just perhaps immortal or omnipotent.
He was even better-looking than Jimmy, in my opinion, but as we would soon discover, the boys had their own special plans.
A little taller with wider shoulders than Boyd, Ricky looked more athletic, and I thought he was better-looking.