Definition of ugliness
1 : the quality or state of being ugly
2 : something that is ugly
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MORE ON HUGH FREEZE: The exchange over the phone call highlights the ugliness between Ole Miss and Nutt as the school attempts to fight one of the most expansive NCAA infractions cases in recent memory.
His moral ugliness fails to leave a physical mark, though, because the titular portrait has somehow absorbed his soul.
Some thank yous: Thank you for the camaraderie, the humor, for giving me the confidence to be bold in the ugliness that makes me special.
Certainly, the departure caused a lot of tears, some ashes and a whole bunch of ugliness on social media.
And, most significantly for a team that is pretty much all about the future, the same cool Lamet could still be seen amidst his first barrage of big-time big-league ugliness.
The ugliness of the divide played out after Green first called for Trump to be impeached in a speech last month.
ANAHEIM — The Angels’ 4-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Thursday night was the story of two encouraging bright spots surrounded by a whole lot of ugliness.
Your goal is to ensure that the next round of ugliness doesn’t impact you as severely.
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