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  • 121detrimental — I adjective adverse, afflicting, bad, corrupting, crippling, damaging, deleterious, destructive, disadvantageous, disastrous, discommodious, distressing, disturbing, dreadful, extirpative, fulsome, grievous, harmful, hindering, hurtful, ill… …

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  • 122dire — I adjective annihilative, appalling, awful, baleful, calamitous, cataclysmic, catastrophic, catastrophical, deadly, demolishing, destroying, destructive, devastating, direful, disastrous, dismal, dreaded, dreadful, eradicative, exterminative,… …

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  • 123disadvantageous — I adjective adverse, baleful, baneful, biased, corrosive, counteractant, damaging, deleterious, destructive, detrimental, disapproved, disserviceable, gainless, harmful, hindering, hurtful, impolitic, inadvisable, incommodus, injurious,… …

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  • 124harmful — harm·ful adj: of a kind likely to cause harm harm·ful·ly adv harm·ful·ness n Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. harmful …

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  • 125hopeless — index despondent, diabolic, disconsolate, futile, impossible, impracticable, incorrigible, inoperable ( …

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  • 126ill-omened — index dire, disastrous, ominous, regrettable, unfavorable, unpropitious Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 127ill-timed — index improper, inapposite, inapt, inauspicious, inept (inappropriate), inopportune, premature, u …

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  • 128inimical — I adjective adverse, alienated, antagonistic, antipathetic, antipathetical, at variance, at war with, bellicose, belligerent, contrary, cool, cross, disaffected, estranged, harmful, hostile, hurtful, inimicus, irreconcilable, malevolent, mean,… …

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  • 129inopportune — I adjective at the wrong time, badly calculated, badly timed, ill chosen, ill seasoned, ill timed, inadvisable, inappropriate, inauspicious, inconvenient, inexpedient, inopportunus, malapropos, misjudged, mistimed, undesirable, unfavorable, unfit …

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  • 130minatory — index aleatory (perilous), dangerous, imminent, ominous, portentous (ominous), prophetic, sinister …

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  • 131pernicious — I adjective adverse, affliciting, baleful, baneful, brutal, calamitous, catastrophic, corrosive, crippling, cruel, damaging, deadly, death bringing, death dealing, deathful, deathly, deleterious, destructive, detrimental, devouring, diabolic,… …

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  • 132portentous — I (eliciting amazement) adjective amazing, astonishing, breathtaking, exceptional, extraordinary, great, inconceivable, incredible, indescribable, marvelous, memorable, miraculous, notable, noteworthy, novel, out of the ordinary, outstanding,… …

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  • 133regrettable — I adjective adverse, calamitous, catastrophic, deplorable, dire, disadvantageous, disastrous, dreadful, grievous, ill boding, ill fated, ill omened, inauspicious, inopportune, lamentable, paenitendus, regretted, ruinous, sad, scandalous, terrible …

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  • 134threatening — index abusive, chilling effect, dangerous, formidable, imminent, insalubrious, noxious, ominous, pending …

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  • 135unfortunate — index adverse (negative), deplorable, derelict (abandoned), dire, harmful, inopportune, lamentable …

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  • 136unpromising — index inauspicious, ominous, pessimistic, sinister, unfavorable, unfit, unpropitious, untimely Burto …

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  • 137untimely — un·time·ly /ˌən tīm lē/ adj: not timely; esp: not made or filed within a period of time specified by procedural rule an untimely petition un·time·li·ness n untimely adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 138untoward — index adverse (hostile), deplorable, detrimental, disproportionate, inadvisable, inapposite, inappropriate …

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  • 139adversary — Synonyms and related words: adversative, adverse, alien, antagonist, antagonistic, anti, antipathetic, antithetic, archenemy, assailant, bitter enemy, clashing, combatant, competitive, competitor, con, conflicting, contradictory, contrary,… …

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  • 140adverse — Synonyms and related words: adversary, adversative, adversive, alien, antagonistic, anti, antipathetic, antithetic, antonymous, at cross purposes, balancing, clashing, compensating, competitive, con, conflicting, confronting, contradictory,… …

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