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ugly +‎ -fy

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uglify (third-person singular simple present uglifies, present participle uglifying, simple past and past participle uglified)

  1. (transitive) To make ugly; to destroy or worsen the appearance or attractiveness of.
  2. (intransitive) To become ugly.
    • 1986, Piers Anthony, Golem in the Gears:
      Inevitably those bodies age and uglify under her influence, but if they are outstandingly beautiful at the outset, that process takes longer.

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