Part of speech:
Contrary to established moral principles.
Characterized by or indicating future misfortune; ominous:
(Slang) Showing great skill
(Informal) Extremely pleasing to the senses; sensuously enjoyable:
Senseless, unprovoked, unjustifiable, or deliberately malicious
Containing or derived from error; mistaken:
Incorrect; misunderstood; erroneous
Containing or based on a fallacy:
Not solid or heavy; flimsy; light
A leaning toward one side in a lawsuit; an opinion held favoring one side without having heard the case; a predisposition or bias. See also dismissal (dismissal with prejudice) and (dismissal without prejudice). A leaning toward one side in a lawsuit; an opinion held favoring one side without having heard the case; a predisposition or bias. See also dismissal (dismissal with prejudice) and (dismissal without prejudice).
In a treacherous or faithless manner:
Of darkness, secrecy, or concealment
Characterized by or indicating sexual desire; lustful:
Without moral sense or principles; incapable of distinguishing between right and wrong
Lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices.
Intemperate in the pursuit of pleasure; dissolute.
Nonreligious in subject matter, form, or use; secular:
Guilty of sacrilege
Morally bad; corrupt; perverted
Venal or dishonest:
Given to or characterized by licentiousness or dissipation:
Soiled with smut
Not rigorous or meticulous:
Not in perfect shape; faulty.
Not trustworthy; dubious or fallacious:
Not based on truth or valid reasoning; not accurate, reliable, sensible, etc.
Lacking consistency, regularity, or uniformity:
Alternative spelling of at fault.
(Obsolete) Deserving of blame; guilty.
Characterized by or resulting from willful opposition or resistance to what is right, expected, or reasonable:
Immoderately fond; infatuated:
Not fitting well or correctly:
Not proportionate; not in proportion
Not easy to deal with; delicate
Lacking grace, esp. social grace; awkward; tactless
Showing or resulting from a lack of sound advice or careful consideration; unwise
Not in accordance with the truth, fact, or rule; wrong; incorrect
Not corresponding to what is right, proper, or reasonable; unsuitable; inappropriate
Causing movement backward or in the opposite direction
In a backward direction; returning; reversed
Turned toward the observer
Placed or located directly across from something else or from each other:
On or in the inside; internal
A character representing generalized or particular vice in English morality plays.
A transgression of a religious or moral law, especially when deliberate.
The act or an instance of misbehaving; minor transgression
An offense against morality; sin
An instance of this
Of speech, the state of being crude and offensive, typically in a sexual manner. Of speech, the state of being crude and offensive, typically in a sexual manner.
A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata. The sequence of sedimentary strata formed by transgressions and regressions provides information about the changes in sea level during a particular geologic time.
A wrong or illegal deed; a wrongdoing.
The forcing of oneself, one's presence or will, etc. on another or others without right or invitation
A feeling of being weighed down in mind or body:
Inappropriate, unethical, or unlawful conduct, especially to disadvantage an opponent.
(Electronics) A high-frequency signal or tone added to a tape during the recording process so as to reduce distortion and increase frequency response
Friendly or kind regard; good will; approval; liking
The fact or state of being villainous
An offense or misdemeanor; a misdeed.
A mistake as to facts or law. A mistake as to facts or law.
The spontaneous, premature expulsion of a nonviable embryo or fetus from the uterus.
An idea, answer, act, etc. that is wrong; error
A mistake typically caused by ignorance or carelessness.
The act of breaching the law; contravening a duty or right.
A private or civil wrong for which a remedy may be sought, usually in the form of monetary damages; a breach of duty that exists under societal expectations regarding interaction among equals in a transaction, rather than arising from a specific contract.
A wrong; harm:
A persecuting or being persecuted
The quality or state of being malevolent; malice; spitefulness; ill will
(Law) Willful infliction of physical pain or suffering upon a person or animal, or of mental distress upon a person
In ecclesiastical law and formerly in maritime law, a written statement containing the plaintiff's grievances; initial pleading
Immoral or unjust effects:
(Law) Money claimed by, or ordered paid to, a person to compensate for injury or loss caused by the wrong of the opposite party or parties
(Obs.) Something annoying or irritating
The utterance in the presence of another person of a false statement or statements, damaging to a third person's character or reputation: usually distinguished from libel, which is written
Resentful anger aroused by a violent or offensive act, or an instance of this:
An inhuman or inhumane act or remark
Something that causes injury, irritation, or trauma.
A rude act or statement.
Any unclean or soiling matter, as mud, dust, dung, trash, etc.; filth
Full of or exhibiting faults or errors:
The number that is raised to a particular power in a given mathematical expression. In the expression an, a is the base.
Deserving to be blamed
Prohibited from being imported or exported.
Dealing with law cases involving crime
Not straight; bent; curved; askew
Failing to adhere to guidelines or moral standards:
Not accurate; not correct; not exact; in error
Unsuitable or improper.
Not equitable; unfair; unjust
Threatening harm, evil, or misfortune; ominous; portentous
(Obs.) Dishonest or unfaithful
Characterized by bribery or corruption
Severe, powerful, or intense; fierce:
Appropriate to or characteristic of a villain:
Full of wrong; unjust or injurious
A wrongful act under law, such as a tort or a criminal offense.
Something that causes damage, harm, or loss:
Harmful action; injury
Self-reproach for supposed inadequacy or wrongdoing.
An instance of injustice or unfairness:
A grossly immoral act; a sin.
Damage, harm, or loss, as from trauma.
Misconduct or wrongdoing, especially by a public official.
Misconduct or improper practice in any professional or official position
(Law) Corrupt conduct or fraudulent practices, as in public office
Damage, destruction, or injury caused by a specific person or thing:
An otherwise legal act that is performed in an illegal fashion.
Indirection in conduct or verbal expression; lack of straightforwardness:
State, quality, or instance of being venal; willingness to be bribed or bought off, or to prostitute one's talents for mercenary considerations
To foil or escape by tricks or by good luck
(Obs.) To make useless
(Law) To cause injury, damage, or loss to
To take something from by fraud; swindle:
To treat disrespectfully; insult
To cause physical harm to; hurt:
To urge on; goad:
To make evil, harmful, and often untrue statements about (someone).
To treat in a rough or cruel way; abuse.
To hurt the feelings of; cause to feel resentful, angry, or displeased; insult
To bring about deliberately; induce:
To repel or reject:
To prove (a person) to be wrong; confute
Started on the way; going:
Contrary to the facts of an event, situation, etc.
Not in accordance with the truth; untrue
Being of the color black, producing or reflecting comparatively little light and having no predominant hue.
Displeased with something one formerly admired or liked; disenchanted:
Of, relating to, or induced by a mental disorder.
Physically or mentally ill.
Obsessively infatuated or enamored.
Suffering from lunacy; insane
Exhibiting uncharacteristic aggressiveness, especially as a result of rabies, spongiform encephalopathy, or another neurological disease. Used of animals:
Of, having, or showing mania; maniacal
Having a mental illness.
Affected mentally in some way, supposedly by the influence of the moon
Emotionally affected; moved:
Erratic or unstable
(Slang) Crazy, enraged, etc.
Having a harsh or dissonant tone:
Carried away as by love or enthusiasm
Mentally deranged; crazy.
Wildly enthusiastic, excited, etc.
Mentally deranged; crazy.
(Computers) Having many software bugs:
Lacking in sense; foolish or crazy.
Excessively sentimental or sweet.
Having a flavor like that of nuts:
Peculiar, eccentric, or odd in a confusing way
Eccentric or irrational:
(Chiefly Brit., Slang) Crazy; insane
Mentally incompetent. Mentally incompetent.
Not in the right way or on the proper course
An act of mischief, cruelty, or witchcraft.
A wicked act or wicked behavior
The quality or condition of being immoral.
To inflict an injury or injuries on.
To weigh heavily on the mind, spirits, or senses of; worry; trouble
To oppress or harass with ill-treatment, especially because of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or beliefs.
Not functioning or happening in a proper or orderly fashion:
Not usual for or appropriate to the season
Coming, said, done, etc. at the wrong time; poorly timed; inopportune
in an inaccurate manner
in an inaccurate manner
A harm caused by the infringement of a legal right. A harm caused by the infringement of a legal right.
(Obs.) Wicked; bad; evil
Offensive to accepted standards of decency or modesty; lewd or vulgar:
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