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ugly
'əgliː
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Provoking horror.
  2. Displeasing to the senses.
  3. Morally reprehensible.
  4. Inclined to anger or bad feelings with overtones of menace.
Hyphenationug•ly
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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丑陋chǒulòuugly
邪恶xié'èsinister; vicious; wicked; evil
险恶xiǎn'èdangerous; sinister; vicious
wěiugly; to indulge oneself
寒碜hánchenugly; shameful; to ridicule
歪瓜劣枣wāi guā liè zǎougly; repulsive; also written 歪瓜裂枣
歪瓜裂枣wāi guā liè zǎougly; repulsive
砢碜kēchenugly; unsightly; shabby; to humiliate; to ridicule
qǐnugly; bad-looking
quánugly, a legendary animal
duǒugly
chěnugly, to bend (or lower) of one's head
shuǎngugly; repulsive
fánugly
dōngugly, monster; ghost
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