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  • 21Discourtesy — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Discourtesy >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 discourtesy discourtesy Sgm: N 1 ill breeding ill breeding Sgm: N 1 ill manners ill manners bad manners ungainly manners Sgm: N 1 insuavity insuavity Sgm: N 1 uncourteousness …

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  • 22bad — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. vicious, wicked; defective; hurtful, noxious; unfavorable, unfortunate. See badness, inexpedience, imperfection. Ant., good. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Wicked] Syn. immoral, evil, wrong, corrupt;… …

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  • 23discourtesy — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Ill manners Nouns 1. discourtesy, discourteousness; ill breeding; rudeness, ill or bad manners. Slang, boardinghouse reach. 2. (discourteous behavior) uncourteousness, inurbanity; illiberality,… …

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  • 24insulting — adj 1. offensive, slighting, Archaic. af frontive, disobliging, outrageous; disparaging, denouncing, derogatory, denunciable, discreditable, depreciating; disdainful, contemptuous, contemning, contemni ble, supercilious, contumelious, scouting,… …

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  • 25slighting — adj 1. offensive, insulting, Archaic. affrontive, disparaging, denouncing, derogatory, depreciating; disdainful, contemptuous, contemning, contemnible, supercilious, contumelious, scouting, flouting; scornful, derisive, jeering, ridiculing,… …

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  • 26Protected mode — This article is about an x86 processor mode. For Internet Explorer Protected Mode, see Mandatory Integrity Control. x86 processor modes Mode First supported Real mode Intel 8086 8080 emulation mode NEC …

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  • 27Merge (software) — Merge is a software system which allows a user to run DOS/Windows 3.1 on SCO UNIX, in an 8086 virtual machine. Merge was originally developed to run DOS under UNIX System V Release 2 on an AT T 6300+ ( sixty three hundred plus ) personal computer …

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  • 28Universally measurable set — In mathematics, a subset A of a Polish space X is universally measurable if it is measurable with respect to every complete probability measure on X that measures all Borel subsets of X. In particular, a universally measurable set of reals is… …

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  • 29Charles (short story) — Charles is a short story by Shirley Jackson, first published in Mademoiselle in July 1948. It was later included in her 1949 collection, The Lottery and Other Stories, and her 1953 novel, Life Among the Savages. This story is a prime example of… …

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  • 30naughty — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. disobedient, wayward, mischievous, troublesome, perverse; improper. See disobedience, impurity.Ant., obedient, nice. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. wayward, disobedient, mischievous, impish, fiendish,… …

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  • 31blatant — I (conspicuous) adjective apparent, celebrated, clear, discernible, exposed, famous, manifest, noticeable, notorious, observable, obvious, outstanding, overt, patent, perceivable, plain, prominent, public, sensational, well known II (obtrusive)… …

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  • 32perverse — I adjective bad, bad natured, bad tempered, base, bellicose, belligerent, boorish, bumptious, cantankerous, captious, churlish, contemptible, contrary, contumacious, contumelious, corrupt, corrupted, crabbed, cranky, cross, crusty, debauched,… …

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  • 33wanton — {{11}}wanton (adj.) c.1300, wan towen, resistant to control; willful, from Middle English privative prefix wan wanting, lacking (from O.E. wan wanting; see WANE (Cf. wane)) + togen, pp. of teon to train, discipline; lit. to pull, draw, from P.Gmc …

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  • 34uncourteous — a. Impolite, uncivil, disrespectful, unmannerly, rude, uncourtly, discourteous, inurbane, bearish, ill mannered, ill bred, ill behaved …

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  • 35hoiden — I. a. [Written also Hoyden.] Rustic, rude, inelegant, uncouth, ungenteel, unlicked, hoidenish, rough, rude, ill taught, ill behaved, ill mannered. II. n. Romp, tomboy, rude bold girl …

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  • 36hoyden — n 1. tomboy, romp, rowdy, termagant, Inf. roughneck, U.S. tough; whippersnapper, wench, hussy. adj 2. tomboyish, boyish, rough and tumble, rompish; boisterous, rambunctious, rowdy, unruly, wild; mischievous, troublesome, ill behaved, hoyden ish;… …

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  • 37illin’ — [“ilan] 1. mod. being ill; being sick. □ She was illin big time and could not come to class. □ I was illin so I called in sick. 2. mod. ill behaved. □ You are most illin and you are bugging me, Kim. Stop it! □ …

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  • 38Grigori Rasputin — Infobox Person name = Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin image size = 200px caption = Grigori Rasputin birth name = birth date = birth date|1869|1|22 birth place = Pokrovskoye, Siberia death date = death date and age|1916|12|29|1869|1|22 death place =… …

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  • 39mischievous — Synonyms and related words: annoying, arch, artful, bad, baleful, baneful, bothering, bothersome, corroding, corrosive, corrupting, corruptive, counterproductive, damaging, dangerous, deadly, deleterious, destructive, detrimental, devilish,… …

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  • 40misbehaved — adj naughty, bad, impish, mischievous, disobedient, misbehaving; disorderly, rowdy, boisterous, noisy; unmannerly, rude, ill mannered, ill behaved, discourteous; ungentlemanly, unladylike, ungracious, uncivil, indecorous …

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