verb (used with object), pret·ti·fied, pret·ti·fy·ing.
Related formspret·ti·fi·ca·tion, nounpret·ti·fi·er, nounun·pret·ti·fied, adjective
Examples from the Web for prettify
Or it could prettify empty, big-box stores and try to make them more welcoming.
I must send him a little box at Christmas,—some little things to trim up his new house and prettify it.Hildegarde's Harvest|Laura E. Richards
It is not the function of the biographer any more than it is that of a dentist to prettify his subject.The Art of Letters|Robert Lynd
There is no need to prettify the record; the record, as it stands, in all its crude natural colors, is good enough.Proclaim Liberty!|Gilbert Seldes
"Let no one think that they can force me to prettify my types," he said.Jean Francois Millet|Estelle M. Hurll