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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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ugly, ghost; evil spirits; bogy; goblin; demons and monsters
chěugly; repulsive, mountain ghosts
丑恶chǒu'èugly; repulsive
难看nánkànugly; unsightly
mask of a god used in ceremonies to exorcise demons and drive away pestilence; (archaic) ugly
huīto speak falsely or wrongly; ugly
to ridicule; ugly
mask of a god used in ceremonies to exorcise demons and drive away pestilence; (archaic) ugly
huīto speak falsely or wrongly; ugly
chǒushameful; ugly; disgraceful
lòulow; humble; plain; ugly; mean; vulgar
good; nice; fine; (same as U+4ACF ; standard form of U+9B4C ) ugly, physical or moral deformity, the mask wearing by one who is driven away spirits
èevil; fierce; vicious; ugly; coarse; to harm
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