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Maliciously insulting; slanderous, libelous, etc.
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  1. Maliciously insulting; slanderous, libelous, etc.
  2. Expressed in vulgar, coarse, or abusive language.
  3. Given to the use of vulgar, coarse, or abusive language.
Uttering slander
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  1. Uttering slander
  2. Characterized by or constituting slander
  3. (Of something said) Both untrue and harmful to a reputation.
Characterized by improper or wrongful use:
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  1. Characterized by improper or wrongful use:
  2. Causing physical injury to another:
  3. Using or containing insulting or hurtful language:
Containing insult, or having the intention of insulting.
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  1. Containing insult, or having the intention of insulting.
Defaming or tending to defame; slanderous
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  1. Defaming or tending to defame; slanderous
  2. Used in reference to an utterance, to indicate that it is false and harmful to the reputation of another. Used in reference to an utterance, to indicate that it is false and harmful to the reputation of another.
Disparaging; belittling:
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  1. Disparaging; belittling:
  2. Disparaging or derogatory
  3. (Linguis.) Taking on or giving a meaning or connotation that is less favorable
Causing or tending to cause injury; harmful:
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  1. Causing or tending to cause injury; harmful:
  2. Offensive or insulting; hurtful:
  3. Injuring or likely to cause injury; harmful
  1. Tending to lower in estimation; depreciative.
  2. Tending to detract or draw.
  3. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
Of or pertaining to derogation; that derogates
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  1. Of or pertaining to derogation; that derogates
  2. Disparaging; derogatory.
  3. Disparaging, tending or intending to be belittling.
Tending to depreciate (in value etc.)
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Using, containing, or marked by harshly critical or irate language.
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  1. Using, containing, or marked by harshly critical or irate language.
Filled with, prompted by, or showing spite; malicious.
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  1. Filled with, prompted by, or showing spite; malicious.
  2. Full of or showing spite; purposefully annoying; malicious
Rude in a contemptuous way; insulting and humiliating
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  1. Rude in a contemptuous way; insulting and humiliating
Having a harmful influence:
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  1. Having a harmful influence:
  2. Wishing evil or harm to others; having or showing ill will; malicious
Having or showing ill will; malicious:
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  1. Having or showing ill will; malicious:
  2. Harmful, malevolent, injurious.
  3. Very harmful, dangerous, or virulent
Evil or harmful in nature or effect:
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  1. Evil or harmful in nature or effect:
  2. Very harmful; malignant
  3. Intending or threatening harm or ill will; malevolent:
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  1. Full of despite.
  2. (Archaic) Spiteful; malicious
  3. Expressing malice or contemptuous hate.
Full of hatred.
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  1. Full of hatred.
  2. (Archaic) Feeling or showing hate; malicious; malevolent
  3. Nasty, unpleasant, objectionable, etc.
Guilty of such a crime
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  1. Guilty of such a crime
  2. Having an exceedingly bad reputation; notorious:
  3. (Law) Convicted of a crime, such as treason or felony, that carries a severe punishment. No longer in technical use.
  1. Bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.
  2. Causing or characterized by disgrace; shameful
  3. Giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation.
Consisting of or spreading slander; libelous; defamatory
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  1. Consisting of or spreading slander; libelous; defamatory
  2. Causing scandal; offensive to a sense of decency or shocking to the moral feelings of the community; shameful
  3. Containing material damaging to reputation; defamatory:
Offensively excessive in self-display or expenditure; ostentatious:
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  1. Offensively excessive in self-display or expenditure; ostentatious:
  2. Characterized by a lack of culture, refinement, taste, restraint, sensitivity, etc.; coarse; crude; boorish
  3. Of, characteristic of, belonging to, or common to the great mass of people in general; common; popular
Miserably poor and degrading; wretched:
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  1. Miserably poor and degrading; wretched:
  2. Highly disagreeable or most inferior; very bad: a generalized term of disapproval
  3. Morally base or evil; wicked; depraved; sinful
Causing physical injury to another:
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  1. Causing physical injury to another:
  2. Characterized by improper or wrongful use:
  3. Using or containing insulting or hurtful language:
Not of high social status; common.
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  1. Not of high social status; common.
  2. Not noble in birth or position; of the common people
  3. Not noble in quality, character, or purpose; base or dishonorable.
Manifesting or feeling contempt; scornful.
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  1. Manifesting or feeling contempt; scornful.
  2. Showing contempt; expressing disdain; showing a lack of respect.
  3. Full of contempt; scornful; disdainful
Degrading; humiliating
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  1. Degrading; humiliating
  2. Characterized by or bringing on ignominy; shameful; dishonorable; disgraceful
  3. Characterized by or deserving shame or disgrace:
Causing or deserving dishonor; not honorable; shameful; disgraceful
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  1. Causing or deserving dishonor; not honorable; shameful; disgraceful
  2. Without honor, or causing dishonor
  3. Lacking respect or ethical principles
Forming or serving as a base:
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  1. Forming or serving as a base:
  2. Containing such metals:
  3. Forming a base
Given to writing and publishing libels; defamatory
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  1. Given to writing and publishing libels; defamatory
  2. (US) defamatory, libeling, referring to something that causes harm to someone's reputation especially with malice or disregard.
  3. (US) meeting the legal standards for libel.
Defaming or tending to defame; slanderous
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  1. Defaming or tending to defame; slanderous
  2. Used in reference to an utterance, to indicate that it is false and harmful to the reputation of another. Used in reference to an utterance, to indicate that it is false and harmful to the reputation of another.
Arousing or deserving hatred or strong dislike.
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  1. Arousing or deserving hatred or strong dislike.
  2. Extremely unpleasant; repulsive:
  3. Disgusting, disgraceful, hateful, vile, loathsome, scandalous. See also odium. Disgusting, disgraceful, hateful, vile, loathsome, scandalous. See also odium.
Very cruel, evil, brutal, etc.
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  1. Very cruel, evil, brutal, etc.
  2. Very bad, unpleasant, offensive, inferior, etc.
  3. Extremely evil or cruel; monstrous:
That is or should be detested; hateful; execrable; odious
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  1. That is or should be detested; hateful; execrable; odious
  2. Inspiring or deserving abhorrence or scorn.
(Law) Done with malice.
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  1. (Law) Done with malice.
  2. Having, showing, or caused by malice; spiteful; intentionally mischievous or harmful
  3. Having the nature of or resulting from malice; deliberately harmful; spiteful:
Unequivocally detestable; loathsome:
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  1. Unequivocally detestable; loathsome:
  2. Nasty and disgusting; vile; loathsome
  3. Highly unpleasant; disagreeable; very bad
Very wicked; villainous; iniquitous
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  1. Very wicked; villainous; iniquitous
  2. Infamous by way of being extremely wicked.
Of or pertaining to ill will.
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  1. Of or pertaining to ill will.
Outrageously evil or wicked; abominable
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  1. Outrageously evil or wicked; abominable
  2. Wicked; abominable:
  3. (Informal) Very unappealing; ugly:
Having the nature of, involving, or doing great injury or wrong
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  1. Having the nature of, involving, or doing great injury or wrong
  2. Being well beyond the bounds of good taste:
  3. Extremely unusual or unconventional; extraordinary:
Highly offensive; indecent or distasteful.
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  1. Highly offensive; indecent or distasteful.
  2. Highly offensive to good taste, propriety, etc.; extremely revolting
  3. Having an effect like that of a heavy blow or shock; staggering
(Obsolete) Flaming; blazing.
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  1. (Obsolete) Flaming; blazing.
  2. Glaringly bad; notorious; outrageous
  3. Conspicuously bad, offensive, or reprehensible:
Deserving to be execrated; abominable; detestable
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  1. Deserving to be execrated; abominable; detestable
  2. Very inferior; of poorest quality
  3. Extremely inferior; very bad:
Relating to or practicing sexual abuse.
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  1. Relating to or practicing sexual abuse.
  2. Coarse and insulting in language; scurrilous; harshly scolding
  3. Using or containing insulting or hurtful language:
Rude in a contemptuous way; insulting and humiliating
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  1. Rude in a contemptuous way; insulting and humiliating
Inveighing; using, inclined to use, or characterized by strong verbal abuse
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  1. Inveighing; using, inclined to use, or characterized by strong verbal abuse
Maliciously insulting; slanderous, libelous, etc.
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  1. Maliciously insulting; slanderous, libelous, etc.
  2. Given to the use of vulgar, coarse, or abusive language.
  3. Expressed in vulgar, coarse, or abusive language.
Using, containing, or marked by harshly critical or irate language.
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  1. Using, containing, or marked by harshly critical or irate language.
  1. Low, mean, bringing discredit.
  2. Harmful to one's reputation; blameworthy:
  3. Damaging to one's reputation or status; disgraceful
Causing or characterized by disgrace; shameful
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  1. Causing or characterized by disgrace; shameful
  2. Giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation.
  3. Bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.
  1. Lacking respect or ethical principles
  2. Without honor, or causing dishonor
  3. Causing or deserving dishonor; not honorable; shameful; disgraceful
Not reputable; having or causing a bad reputation; discreditable
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  1. Not reputable; having or causing a bad reputation; discreditable
  2. Lacking respectability, as in character, behavior, or appearance.
  3. Not respectable, lacking repute; discreditable
Characterized by or deserving shame or disgrace:
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  1. Characterized by or deserving shame or disgrace:
  2. Characterized by or bringing on ignominy; shameful; dishonorable; disgraceful
  3. Degrading; humiliating
Not just, moral, or decent; offensive
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  1. Not just, moral, or decent; offensive
  2. (Obsolete) Full of shame; ashamed.
  3. Bringing or causing shame or disgrace; disgraceful
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