Pretty Ugly

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The phrase "pretty ugly" is an oxymoron, which is a figure of speech that combines contradictory or opposing words.

In this case, "pretty" and "ugly" are opposites in terms of their meaning. 

"Pretty" typically means attractive or pleasing to the eye, while "ugly" means unattractive or unpleasant to look at. 

When used together, "pretty ugly" is often used humorously or ironically to describe something that is unattractive or displeasing in an unusual or unexpected way. It can also be used to convey a sense of contradiction or confusion in one's feelings or perceptions about something.

In other words, "Pretty ugly" is a funny way of saying something is both good-looking and not-so-good-looking at the same time. 

It's like mixing opposites. So, it's kind of like saying, "Hey, this thing looks nice, but it's also not so nice in a weird way." People use it when they want to describe something that's a bit strange or confusing.

An oxymoron is a figure of speech that combines contradictory words with opposing meanings, like “old news,” “deafening silence,” or “organized chaos.” Oxymorons may seem illogical at first, but in context they usually make sense.

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