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The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
  • adj. Pleasing or attractive in a graceful or delicate way. See Synonyms at beautiful.
  • adj. Clever; adroit: a pretty maneuver.
  • adj. Very bad; terrible: in a pretty predicament; a situation that has reached a pretty pass.
  • adj. Ostensibly or superficially attractive but lacking substance or conviction: full of pretty phrases.
  • adj. Informal Considerable in size or extent: a pretty fortune.
  • ad. To a fair degree; moderately: a pretty good student.
  • ad. In a pretty manner; prettily or pleasingly.
  • n. One that is pretty.
  • n. Delicate clothing, especially lingerie.
  • v. To make pretty: pretty up the house.
  • idiom. pretty much For the most part; mostly: "The . . . matter was pretty much dying down” ( John Strahinich).
  • Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
  • ad. Somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.
  • n. Something that is pretty.
  • v. To make pretty; to beautify
  • the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
  • adj. Pleasing by delicacy or grace; attracting, but not striking or impressing; of a pleasing and attractive form a color; having slight or diminutive beauty; neat or elegant without elevation or grandeur; pleasingly, but not grandly, conceived or expressed
  • adj. Moderately large; considerable.
  • adj. Affectedly nice; foppish; -- used in an ill sense.
  • adj. Mean; despicable; contemptible; -- used ironically
  • adj. Stout; strong and brave; intrepid; valiant.
  • ad. In some degree; moderately; considerably; rather; almost; -- less emphatic than very
  • The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Crafty; cunning; clever; shrewd; keen.
  • Strong and bold; warlike; accomplished in arms.
  • Comely; handsome; good-looking; hence, in later use, pleasing to the esthetic sense; attractive through grace, elegance, neatness, harmony of parts, or delicacy of outline or coloring; having delicate beauty; pleasing the eye or ear rather than impressing the mind: as, a pretty face; a pretty cottage; a pretty picture.
  • Hence Affectedly neat or fastidious about one's personal appearance; finical; foppish.
  • Pleasing in general; pleasing to the mind; interesting; entertaining; gratifying.
  • Excellent; good; fine; nice: said loosely, like fine and nice, of almost any object or action as a general term of commendation, and also, like fine and nice, often used ironically, especially in exclamatory sentences.
  • Good or sufficient; moderately large in quantity, number, extent, duration, etc.; considerable.
  • A term of endearment, supplying the place of a diminutive.
  • Synonyms Handsome, Fair, etc. See beautiful.
  • Moderately; reasonably; tolerably: expressing a degree less than very: as, a farm pretty well stocked; pretty good lodgings; I am pretty sure of the fact.
  • WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
  • ad. to a moderately sufficient extent or degree
  • adj. pleasing by delicacy or grace; not imposing
  • adj. (used ironically) unexpectedly bad
  • Equivalent
    beautiful    bad   
    Verb Form
    prettied    pretties    prettying   
    Cross Reference
    prettier    prettied    prettiest   
    Words with the same meaning
    neat    elegant    handsome    fine    considerable    foppish    mean    despicable    contemptible    stout   
    Words with the same terminal sound
    City    Kitty    bitty    chitty    city    committee    ditty    gritty    itty    itty-bitty   
    Same Context
    Words that are found in similar contexts
    lovely    handsome    neat    ugly    fair    honest    meat    quite    mark    young