prettyism

Terms vs Prettyism - What's the difference?

terms | prettyism |


As nouns the difference between terms and prettyism

is that terms is while prettyism is (archaic) the affectation of a pretty style or manner.

Prettyish vs Prettyism - What's the difference?

prettyish | prettyism |


As an adjective prettyish

is somewhat pretty.

As a noun prettyism is

(archaic) the affectation of a pretty style or manner.

Manner vs Prettyism - What's the difference?

manner | prettyism |


As nouns the difference between manner and prettyism

is that manner is while prettyism is (archaic) the affectation of a pretty style or manner.

Style vs Prettyism - What's the difference?

style | prettyism |


As a verb style

is .

As an adjective style

is elegant, stylish.

As a noun prettyism is

(archaic) the affectation of a pretty style or manner.

Pretty vs Prettyism - What's the difference?

pretty | prettyism |


As nouns the difference between pretty and prettyism

is that pretty is something that is pretty while prettyism is (archaic) the affectation of a pretty style or manner.

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.

Affectation vs Prettyism - What's the difference?

affectation | prettyism |


As nouns the difference between affectation and prettyism

is that affectation is an attempt to assume or exhibit what is not natural or real; false display; artificial show while prettyism is (archaic) the affectation of a pretty style or manner.