Sunday, February 10, 2013

Definitions

I find these very enlightening actually.

fat

[fat] adjective, fat·ter, fat·test, noun, verb, fat·ted, fat·ting.
adjective
1.
having too much flabby tissue; corpulent; obese: a fat person.
2.
plump; well-fed: a good, fat chicken.
3.
consisting of or containing fat; greasy; oily: fat gravy; fat meat.
4.
profitable, as an office: a fat job on the city commission.
5.
affording good opportunities, especially for gain: a fat business contract
 

o·bese

[oh-bees]
adjective
very fat or overweight; corpulent.
 

ug·ly

[uhg-lee]
adjective, ug·li·er, ug·li·est.
1.
very unattractive or unpleasant to look at; offensive to the sense of beauty; displeasing in appearance.
2.
disagreeable; unpleasant; objectionable: ugly tricks; ugly discords.
3.
morally revolting: ugly crime.
4.
threatening trouble or danger: ugly symptoms.
5.
mean; hostile; quarrelsome: an ugly mood; an ugly frame of mind.
 

thin

[thin] adjective, thin·ner, thin·nest, adverb, verb, thinned, thin·ning.
adjective
1.
having relatively little extent from one surface or side to the opposite; not thick: thin ice.
2.
of small cross section in comparison with the length; slender: a thin wire.
3.
having little flesh; spare; lean: a thin man.
4.
composed of or containing objects, particles, etc., widely separated; sparse: thin vegetation.
5.
scant; not abundant or plentiful. 
 

beau·ti·ful

[byoo-tuh-fuhl]
adjective
1.
having beauty; possessing qualities that give great pleasure or satisfaction to see, hear, think about, etc.; delighting the senses or mind: a beautiful dress; a beautiful speech.
2.
excellent of its kind: a beautiful putt on the seventh hole; The chef served us a beautiful roast of beef.
3.
wonderful; very pleasing or satisfying.
noun
4.
the concept of beauty (usually preceded by the  ).
5.
( used with a plural verb  ) beautiful things or people collectively (usually preceded by the  ): the good and the beautiful.
6.
the ideal of beauty (usually preceded by the  ): to strive to attain the beautiful. 

per·fect

[adj., n. pur-fikt; v. per-fekt]
adjective
1.
conforming absolutely to the description or definition of an ideal type: a perfect sphere; a perfect gentleman.
2.
excellent or complete beyond practical or theoretical improvement: There is no perfect legal code. The proportions of this temple are almost perfect.
3.
exactly fitting the need in a certain situation or for a certain purpose: a perfect actor to play Mr. Micawber; a perfect saw for cutting out keyholes.
4.
entirely without any flaws, defects, or shortcomings: a perfect apple; the perfect crime.
5.
accurate, exact, or correct in every detail: a perfect copy.

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