Part of speech:
Tending to avoid speaking openly or making revelations about oneself.
Disposed to lie, cheat, defraud, or deceive.
Light in color, especially blond:
The definition of unjust is something unfair or not morally right.
Contrary to established moral principles.
Not permitted; prohibited
(Mathematics) Of or being operations or sequences of operations, such as differentiation and integration, when applied to only one of several variables at a time.
Naughty in a playful way; mischievous
Out of proportion, as in size, shape, or amount.
(Now Rare) Not equitable; unjust; unfair
Not equitable; unfair; unjust
(Archaic) Low in height; short
Harmful to one's reputation; blameworthy:
(Management) Capable of being articulated as an action item or a set of action items.
Exceeding a normal, usual, reasonable, or proper limit.
Injuring or likely to cause injury; harmful
The definition of culpable is deserving of blame.
Deserving to be blamed
Irritable or upset:
Prohibited by law; against the law; unlawful; illicit
(Obsolete) Full of shame; ashamed.
Deliberately seeking to inflict pain and suffering; enjoying others' suffering; without mercy or pity
Marked by a lack of shame:
Very serious; deplorable
The definition of vicious is someone or something that is especially cruel, harsh or violent, especially when the unkindness is done intentionally.
Morally base or evil; wicked; depraved; sinful
Not yet due or payable, as a debt
Not lawful; illegal.
Petty is defined as something relatively worthless or unimportant.
Low in quality, value, or importance; paltry; poor; inferior
Not justifiable; inexcusable:
Impossible to excuse, pardon, or justify:
Of uneven rate, occurrence, or duration:
Not in accord with approved trade practices
Discriminating, or distinguishing
Given to or characterized by trickery; deceitful
Full of shade; shaded:
(Comparable) Fair, generous; resilient, "˜game'.
(Usage Problem) Unaware or uninformed; naive.
So harmful to the interests of one of the parties to an agreement or contract as to make that paper unenforceable and, therefore, null and void.
Unequal, as in length or thickness
An instance of injustice or unfairness:
Exceeding reasonable limits; immoderate:
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