The process of being made ugly or uglified. (noun)
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Use "uglification" in a sentence
"I wasn't happy seeing our social gains of the 60's going in reverse, but I had to cope with the reality of the fact, and the resultant 'uglification' of the arts."
"She looked at me accusingly, as if I were part of some American imperialist uglification campaign."
"Julian Glover's article about the "uglification of Britain" and the coalition government's desire "to break the stranglehold of a system that is bad at planning but good at shackling development" Comment, 28 March would have been greatly strengthened by reference to a recent report from the communities and local government select committee."