ugliness


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Synonyms for ugliness

the quality or condition of being ugly

an unsightly object

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Hilbery, now came back to him, pouring over the raw ugliness of human affairs its soothing balm, and providing a form into which such passions as he had felt so painfully the night before could be molded so that they fell roundly from the tongue in shapely phrases, hurting nobody.
He felt vaguely that here was something better than the realism which he had adored; but certainly it was not the bloodless idealism which stepped aside from life in weakness; it was too strong; it was virile; it accepted life in all its vivacity, ugliness and beauty, squalor and heroism; it was realism still; but it was realism carried to some higher pitch, in which facts were transformed by the more vivid light in which they were seen.
"We expose the ugliness of the current situation in the IOK, the exhibition's sole purpose is to spread awareness regarding Indian atrocities among masses here," he said.
The official source affirmed ugliness of terrorist operations, targeting humanity and the world stability and necessity of intensifying cooperation and international efforts to rid the world of this dangerous phenomenon.
even France is polluted with them - it's an epidemic of ugliness, superficial competitions, desperate and exploitative - for the artist" Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson
Ugliness of the beautiful game After the vile racist chanting at the England game, Gareth Southgate asked whether he had done enough to protect his players.
There is always much talk of her ability to capture the ugliness of human nature, and she does, spectacularly.
In the 1960s, Lifshitz returned to public life with a series of polemical essays, collected in his 1968 book The Crisis of Ugliness, that critiqued modernist art from Cubism to Pop, and especially its embrace as an emblem of democratic freedom by progressive members of the post-Thaw Soviet intelligentsia.
Even her husband, King Louis XII, abhorred her ugliness.
Miller spends a great number of these few pages explaining her thesis: the introduction and first chapter ("What is Ugliness?") define and reiterate her main idea and its "foundational claims": 1) ugliness draws attention to itself; 2) ugliness is a result of "change over time" and "its relational, historical, geographical, and racial context"; 3) ugliness refers to both appearance and behavior; and 4) the "ugly plot" usually leads to a fate outside of marriage and motherhood.
So, to the reader who asked, this is my response: Ugliness is a perception.
Professor Ljupco Gasteovski comments in Nova Makedonija that despite all the ugliness that take place in our head before and during the voting process and after we put the ballot paper into the ballot box, we nonetheless feel fulfilled because we gave a part of ourselves in the process.
One sticking-point -- apart from the aforementioned ugliness -- is that the film is 118 minutes long.
Ghannoum, a lecturer at the faculties of Fine Arts and Architecture at Damascus University, said in an interview with SANA that he was invited by Claude Turmes, Member of the European Parliament to make the exhibition, which constitutes an attempt to reflect the culture of beauty instead of "ugliness the enemies sought to make it sweep our country and souls."
This was just ugliness. I felt distinctly grubby watching and switched over to the genuine heroes of Team GB.