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Nickname given to the F-4 Phantom.
作者 JonathanChance 2003年9月29日
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Refers to someone so very, very ugly that he or she can only be described as double-ugly. Similar to butt-ugly but twice as repulsive; hence the plural. One of the first instances of "double-ugly" in print was in a classic "Tom and Jerry" comic book from the 1950s.

Alternative spellings include: double ugly, doubly-ugly. Using a dash is proper when spelling compound adverbs and adjectives.
"Ugly? He's beyond ugly - he's so fucking ugly he's double-ugly!"
作者 Victor Felix 2005年11月10日
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3.
Refers to someone so very, very ugly that he or she can only be described as double-ugly. Similar to butt-ugly but twice as repulsive; hence the plural.

One of the first instances of "double-ugly" in print was in a classic "Tom and Jerry" comic book from the 1950s.

Alternative spellings include: double ugly, doubly-ugly. Using a dash is proper when spelling compound adverbs and adjectives.
"Ugly? He's beyond ugly - he's so fucking ugly he's double-ugly!"
作者 Victor Felix 2005年11月22日
5 7
 
4.
Refers to someone so very, very ugly that he or she can only be discribed as double-ugly. Similar to butt-ugly but twice as repulsive; hence the plural.

One of the first instances of "double-ugly" in print was in a classic "Tom and Jerry" comic book from the 1950s.

Alternative spellings include: double ugly, doubly-ugly. Using a dash is proper when spelling compound adverbs and adjectives.
"Ugly? He's beyond ugly - he's so fucking ugly he's double-ugly!"
作者 Victor Felix 2005年11月10日
1 3