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


But thou art a pretty lad, and the prettier for thy modest ways.

Mr. Cairnduff had told him that Belfast girls were prettier than London girls.

She had grown since I saw her last, and was prettier than ever.

Not a prettier shoe could be seen on the Boulevards, and scarce one so small.

She was pretty when a baby and prettier still as a schoolgirl.

Don't you think if they were a little brighter and bluer they'd be prettier?

Mabel was in mighty good spirits, for her, and she got prettier every day.

Our lady seems to be prettier than ever now her baby has come.

Madeline, he was realizing it as he looked at her, was prettier than ever.

The younger they are, as a rule, the chubbier and prettier they are.