1. pleasing in appearance especially by reason of conformity to ideals of form and proportion
    a good-looking man
    a fine-looking woman
    very pretty but not so extraordinarily handsome
    better-looking than her sister
    our southern women are well-favored
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How To Use better-looking In A Sentence

  • So my heterosexual male readers are merely invited to recall the most exotically beautiful woman they've ever seen and imagine her two or three notches better-looking.
  • I suppose probably Maxine Elliott is better-looking than what you are, maybe, but I always was crazy over your kind of girl -- blond hair and nice, clear eyes and just shoulder-high -- kind of a girl that could snuggle down beside a fireplace and look like she grew there -- not one of these domineerin 'sufferin' cats females. The Job An American Novel
  • He's better-looking in his publicity shots than he is in real life.
  • If you are female, the odds are that you are more attractive than you think, so try flirting with some better-looking men.
  • This isn't simply a matter of building better-looking Web sites or creating dinkier apps, although both are important (another area of chronic stagnation and resistance to change: newspaper design); it is the reimagining of content through technology. Journerdism | Will Sullivan's Stompin' ground for journalists and nerds.
  • Frankly, it's a lot smoother, better-looking and easy to understand than the Web site.
  • It was one of the better-looking days, sunny, but not scorching.
  • I think the hardtop is a better-looking car than the convertible, but the fun factor no doubt compensates for this Buick's owners. Jalopnik
  • He was rather better-looking in the face than she had supposed; and in this light she observed more clearly the rather odd expression he wore about the eyes, a quality of youthful hopefulness, a sort of confidingness: not the look of a brick-thrower, unless you happened to know the facts in the case. V. V.'s Eyes
  • better-looking than her sister
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