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Pulchritude vs Pretty - What's the difference?

pulchritude | pretty |


As nouns the difference between pulchritude and pretty

is that pulchritude is physical beauty while pretty is something that is pretty.

As an adjective pretty is

cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty is

somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a verb pretty is

to make pretty; to beautify.

Kind vs Pretty - What's the difference?

kind | pretty |


As nouns the difference between kind and pretty

is that kind is child (young person) while pretty is something that is pretty.

As an adjective pretty is

cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty is

somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a verb pretty is

to make pretty; to beautify.

Pretty vs Poise - What's the difference?

pretty | poise |


As nouns the difference between pretty and poise

is that pretty is something that is pretty while poise is (obsolete) weight; an amount of weight, the amount something weighs.

As verbs the difference between pretty and poise

is that pretty is to make pretty; to beautify while poise is (obsolete) to hang in equilibrium; to be balanced or suspended; hence, to be in suspense or doubt.

As an adjective pretty

is cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty

is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

Pretty vs Purple - What's the difference?

pretty | purple |


As an adjective pretty

is cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty

is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a noun pretty

is something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty

is to make pretty; to beautify.

As a proper noun purple is

(rare).

Pretty vs Pretties - What's the difference?

pretty | pretties |


As nouns the difference between pretty and pretties

is that pretty is something that is pretty while pretties is .

As verbs the difference between pretty and pretties

is that pretty is to make pretty; to beautify while pretties is (pretty).

As an adjective pretty

is cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty

is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

Toaster vs Pretty - What's the difference?

toaster | pretty |


As nouns the difference between toaster and pretty

is that toaster is toaster while pretty is something that is pretty.

As an adjective pretty is

cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty is

somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a verb pretty is

to make pretty; to beautify.

Pretty vs Terrible - What's the difference?

pretty | terrible |


As adjectives the difference between pretty and terrible

is that pretty is cunning; clever, skilful while terrible is dreadful; causing alarm and fear.

As an adverb pretty

is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a noun pretty

is something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty

is to make pretty; to beautify.

Pretty vs Bony - What's the difference?

pretty | bony |


As adjectives the difference between pretty and bony

is that pretty is cunning; clever, skilful while bony is resembling, having the appearance or consistence of, or relating to bone; osseous.

As an adverb pretty

is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a noun pretty

is something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty

is to make pretty; to beautify.

Aloof vs Pretty - What's the difference?

aloof | pretty |


As adverbs the difference between aloof and pretty

is that aloof is at or from a distance, but within view, or at a small distance; apart; away while pretty is somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As adjectives the difference between aloof and pretty

is that aloof is reserved and remote; either physically or emotionally distant; standoffish while pretty is cunning; clever, skilful.

As a preposition aloof

is (obsolete) away from; clear of.

As a noun pretty is

something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty is

to make pretty; to beautify.

Me vs Pretty - What's the difference?

me | pretty |


As a pronoun me

is my; of mine.

As an adjective pretty is

cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty is

somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a noun pretty is

something that is pretty.

As a verb pretty is

to make pretty; to beautify.

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