英 [ˈprɪti] 美 [ˈprɪti]
adj. 漂亮的; 機靈的，聰明的;
1. That's a beautiful piece of work. You should be proud of it.
2. I think she has many good qualities besides being very beautiful.
3. This tree is always recognizable by its extremely beautiful silvery bark.
4. The young women are splendidly dressed, some in floor-length ball gowns.
5. Each dress is beautifully finished off with piped seams and fitted underskirts.
6. Jean is pretty, of slim build, with blue eyes.
7. She's got the nicest little house not far from the library.
8. The pass was a real beauty, but the shot was poor.
9. Kathleen gave me a really cool dress.
10. She was smooth-skinned and pretty.
11. The house and garden were perfection.
12. Whitstable is still a very pretty little town.
13. She was very beautiful, with high cheekbones.
14. It's a very beautiful place in the summertime.
15. The natives make excellent boats from the tree trunks.
1. She's going to be fine. She always was pretty strong.
2. She was a shy, delicately pretty girl with enormous blue eyes.
3. His new government looks pretty much like the old one.
4. The policeman smiled at her. "Pretty dog."— "Oh well, thank you."
5. Philip was pretty miffed at being cut out of his father's will.
6. She was pretty and young, in a loose smocked sundress.
7. I'm an orphan and pretty much grew up on my own.
8. The effect is soft and pretty rather than drop-dead sexy.
9. She decided that her doctor's advice sounded pretty good.
10. The guard eyeballed him pretty hard despite his pass.
11. I had a pretty good idea what she was going to do.
12. Despite the poor weather the fishing has been pretty good.
13. All in all, it appeared that a pretty depressing summer awaited Jones.
14. I'm pretty sure they slept together before they were married.
15. The quilt has pretty, scalloped edges and intricate quilting.