Definition of ugly :
1. A shade for the face, projecting from the bonnet.
2. Ill- natured; crossgrained; quarrelsome; as, an ugly temper; to feel ugly.
3. Offensive to the sight; contrary to beauty; being of disagreeable or loathsome aspect; unsightly; repulsive; deformed.
4. To make ugly.
5. Unpleasant; disagreeable; likely to cause trouble or loss; as, an ugly rumor; an ugly customer.
rugged, ill-favored, execrable, unwholesome, wild, grisly, pathetic, loathsome, foul, turbulent, uncomely, horrible, ill-favoured, painful, snappish, ominous, awful, roiled, unworthy, miserable, inaesthetic, dainty, worthless, unpicturesque, threatening, grievous, filthy, tremendous, tempestuous, woeful, crabby, nice, sinister, testy, suffering, crabbed, undeserving, noisome, atrocious, querulous, misfortunate, wicked, petulant, grouchy, menacing, roily, dreadful, evil, raging, fearful, dirty, scrofulous, mess, ill-natured, peevish, grumpy, stormy, messy, fretful, deformed, mean, forbidding, beautiful, cross, snappy, unnatural, pitiable, terrible, nauseating, horrid, tumultuous, alarming, frightful, baleful, handsome, calm, queasy, sight, minatory, poor, irascible, pitiful, slimy, irritable, revolting, minacious, horrifying, ugliness, sordid, flagitious, unseemly, pain, piteous, vile, waspish, fright, sorry, appalling, like, hard-featured, offensive, sickening, hapless, despicable, deplorable, nauseous, misbegotten, abominable, wretched, slimed, monstrous, misshapen, nasty, ill-tempered, bad-tempered, heavy, unspeakable, monstrosity, attitude, surly, disgusting, cranky
dangerous (part of speech: adjective)
ugly (part of speech: adjective)
ill-looking, unlovely, disfigured, plain, odious, unattractive, homely, displeasing, unappealing, abhorrent, shapeless, repellent, repulsive, disagreeable, unsightly, unpleasant, unaesthetic, unpleasing, repugnant, hideous, grotesque, undesirable, inelegant
- " Then I hope he won't find it as ugly a business as I do. - "Tom Brown at Oxford", Thomas Hughes.
- " You must not mind a little rough riding, Kate, by the way," said Aubrey; " for we shall have to get over some ugly places! - "Ten Thousand a-Year. Volume 1.", Samuel Warren.
- I know a girl who has been brought up as you have been thinks she knows something about the world, when in reality she knows nothing, anyhow, nothing that is ugly or real. - "The Red Cross Girls with Pershing to Victory", Margaret Vandercook.