Definition of "ugliness" [ug•li•ness]

  • The condition of being ugly (noun)
  • An unsightly or frightful object (noun)

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Use "ugliness" in a sentence
  • "Ought we to steel our hearts against the temptation, which seems to be implanted as deep as anything in my own nature -- nay, deeper -- to hold that what one calls ugliness and bad taste is of the nature of sin?"
  • "Of the men who, as I have said, admired her, some felt a peculiar enchantment in what they called her ugliness; others declared her devilish handsome; and some shrank from her as if with an undefined dread of perilous entanglement, if she should but catch them looking her in the face."
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