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  • 101depraved — de·praved /di prāvd/ adj: marked by moral corruption or perversion as shown by a capacity for extreme and wanton physical cruelty the depraved state of mind of the murderer the depraved nature of the crime Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law.… …

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  • 102disgraceful — I adjective abominable atrocious, base, beneath ones dignity, blameworthy, censurable, compromising, contemptible, damaging, deflated, degrading, demeaning, demoralizing, deplorable, derogatory, deserving reproach, despicable, detestable,… …

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  • 103disreputable — I adjective abominable, arrant, bad, base, beastly, being in ill repute, characterless, cheap, coarse, conscienceless, contemptible, corrupt, crass, degraded, demoralizing, deplorable, despicable, despised, detestable, devious, discreditable,… …

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  • 104heinous — hei·nous / hā nəs/ adj: enormously and shockingly evil a heinous crime hei·nous·ly adv hei·nous·ness n Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 105loathsome — I adjective abhorrent, abject, abominable, accursed, annoying, appalling, atrocious base, below contempt, beneath contempt, blameworthy, contemptible, deplorable, despicable, detestable, disagreeable, disgusting, disliked, dissatisfactory,… …

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  • 106nefarious — I adjective abominable, arrant, bad, base, confounded, contemptible, corrupt, criminal, degenerate, deplorable, depraved, despicable, detestable, devilish, diabolical, discreditable, disgraceful, dishonorable, dissolute, dreadful, evil, execrable …

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  • 107offensive — of·fen·sive /ə fen siv/ adj 1: of, relating to, or designed for attack offensive weapons 2: causing displeasure or resentment; esp: contrary to a particular or prevailing sense of what is decent, proper, or moral depicted sexual acts in a… …

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  • 108repulsive — I adjective abhorrent, abominable, appalling, arousing aversion, beastly, contemptible, despicable, detestable, dirty, disagreeable, disgusting, disliked, displeasing, distasteful, dreadful, execrable, fearful, feculent, filthy, foedus,… …

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  • 109unworthy — un·wor·thy adj: not meritorious; specif in the civil law of Louisiana: being or relating to an heir who is deprived of the right to inherit from a person because of a failure in a duty towards the person un·wor·thi·ness n Merriam Webster’s… …

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  • 110Malachi 1 — 1 The burden of the word of the LORD to Israel by Malachi. 2 I have loved you, saith the LORD. Yet ye say, Wherein hast thou loved us? Was not Esau Jacob s brother? saith the LORD: yet I loved Jacob, 3 And I hated Esau, and laid his mountains and …

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  • 111contentible — (de «contemptible») adj. Despreciable. * * * contentible. (Del ant. contemptible, y este del lat. contemptibĭlis). adj. p. us. Despreciable, de ninguna estimación …

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  • 112rat — I n. 1) the black; brown; water rat 2) (misc.) to smell a rat ( to suspect that the truth is not being told ); a dirty rat ( a contemptible person ) II v. (colloq.) (D; intr.) ( to inform ) to rat on * * * [ræt] brown water rat a dirty rat ( a… …

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  • 113contempt — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Feeling of disdain Nouns 1. contempt, contemptuousness, disdain, scorn, despisal, contumely; detraction, disapprobation; derision, disrespect; defiance; arrogance (see insolence); ridicule, mockery; hoot …

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  • 114infamous — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. shameful, abominable, disgraceful, unspeakable, contemptible; heinous, atrocious, base, discreditable. See improbity, disrepute. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Bad] Syn. odious, nefarious, base, vile;… …

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  • 115lousy — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj., slang, see badness. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Infested with lice] Syn. lice ridden, lice infested, pediculous, pediculate, pedicular, hemipteroid, with lice; see also infested 2 . 2. [*Bad] Syn.… …

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  • 116low — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. deep (see lowness, depth); moderate, simple; inferior, lowdown, base, mean, coarse; soft, feeble; dejected, depressed. See moderation, inferiority, softness, depression.Ant., high, superior. II… …

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  • 117pitiful — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) , adj. compassionate (See pity);deplorable, disreputable, pitiable, wretched; lamentable, piteous, paltry. See badness, contempt, disrepute. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Affecting] Syn. pathetic, pitiable …

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  • 118rotten — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. decomposed, putrefied, putrid; unsound, treacherous; corrupt, dishonest; offensive, disgusting. See uncleanness, deterioration, badness. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Having rotted] Syn. bad, rotting,… …

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  • 119shameful — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. disgraceful, deplorable (see disrepute). II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Offensive] Syn. immodest, corrupt, immoral, intemperate, debauched, drunken, profligate, villainous, knavish, degraded, reprobate …

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  • 120vile — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. base, debased, low, lowly, mean; repulsive, odious; foul, nasty; paltry; evil, villainous, corrupt, wicked, depraved. See badness, disrepute, unimportance. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. despicable,… …

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