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    pretty

    Is it proper to say that a flower smells "pretty"?
    I say no, my friend says yes

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    Re: pretty

    Why not?

    Ex: You smell pretty.
    Ex: The flower smells pretty.

    Ex: You smell pretty bad.
    Ex: You smell pretty good.

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