Some articles on pretty:
... Pretty Little Liars "The First Secret" (2011) Pretty Little Liars "This Is a Dark Ride" (2012) ...
... For other articles about other uses of the phrase "Sitty Pretty", see the disambiguation page Sitting Pretty (disambiguation) ... Sitting Pretty Directed by Harry Joe Brown Produced by Charles R ... time 85 minutes Country United States Language English Sitting Pretty (1933) is a musical comedy film telling the story of two aspiring, but untalented, songwriters, played by ...
... She was the lead singer of the Pretty Pretty Princesses in "We Got the Bee" ... The Pretty Pretty Princesses' only known song was "Running with the Rainbow Unicorn", being the first known song in the series, besides the title song ...
... "She Ain't Pretty" is a single by Canadian rock band The Northern Pikes, from their 1990 album Snow in June ... Pretty was written by Bryan Potvin ...
... of Encyclopaedia Metallum, "Liar starts off in what would be a pretty standard way if you've heard the other stuff from SFSGSW ... A pretty fast riff, pretty good thrash with slight punk influences ...
More definitions of "pretty":
- (adv): Used as an intensifier ('jolly' is used informally in Britain).
Example: "Pretty big"; "pretty bad"
- (adj): (used ironically) unexpectedly bad.
Example: "A pretty mess"; "a pretty kettle of fish"
Famous quotes containing the word pretty:
“[A]s I am pretty well acquainted by great Opportunities with the Nature of Man, and know of a Truth, that all Men fight against their Will, the Danger vanishes, and Resolution rises upon this Subject. For this Reason I shall talk very freely on a Custom which all Men wish exploded, tho no Man has Courage enough to resist it.”
—Richard Steele (16721729)
“I love everything thats old: old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wines; and, I believe, Dorothy, youll own I have been pretty fond of an old wife.”
—Oliver Goldsmith (17281774)
“That poor little thing was a good woman, Judge. But she just sort of let life get the upper hand. She was born here and she wanted to be buried here. I promised her on her deathbed shed have a funeral in a church with flowers. And the sun streamin through a pretty window on her coffin. And a hearse with plumes and some hacks. And a preacher to read the Bible. And folks there in church to pray for her soul.”
—Laurence Stallings (18041968)