Antonyms for mis-shapen

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


These mis-shapen reptiles were from ten to twelve feet in length.

A youth was approaching me—a chétif, mis-shapen, shaking thing.

Well, but the wretch she so spitefully prefers to me is a mis-shapen, meagre varlet; more like a skeleton than a man!

There it halted, and thrusting its mis-shapen head forward, it fixed its malevolent eyes on me with a penetrating stare.

He details his new tribulation in having promised to procure a fair knight to marry this ugly, mis-shapen creature.

If there is not sufficient room for all, the oldest or mis-shapen plants may be rejected, or wintered in a pit or vinery.

Look at them, as they drag their mis-shapen forms past us in hideous review!

And such a mis-shapen offspring was an omen that the republic would become deformed.

Why the mis-shapen creature was so kept needs little explanation; for the same reason as prompted to bringing him thither.

I want to marry and settle down; for I am so slighted in society that I look with envy upon homely or mis-shapen men.