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Bad or blameworthy by report; infamous:
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  1. Bad or blameworthy by report; infamous:
  2. Morally bad or wrong; wicked:
  3. Characterized by or indicating future misfortune; ominous:
Sinful; wicked
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  1. Sinful; wicked
  2. Not revering God; impious.
  3. Outrageous:
(Informal) Extremely pleasing to the senses; sensuously enjoyable:
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  1. (Informal) Extremely pleasing to the senses; sensuously enjoyable:
  2. Marked by or full of sin; wicked:
Not authorized or sanctioned, as by rules
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  1. Not authorized or sanctioned, as by rules
  2. Unacceptable to or not performable by a computer:
  3. Prohibited by official rules:
(Slang) Strikingly good, effective, or skillful:
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  1. (Slang) Strikingly good, effective, or skillful:
  2. Morally bad or wrong; acting or done with evil intent; depraved
  3. Evil or immoral:
Indecent; improper:
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  1. Indecent; improper:
  2. Showing lack of decorum; improper, indelicate, or obscene
  3. (Obs.) Wicked; bad; evil
Characterized by an excessive or improper emphasis on sexual matters
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  1. Characterized by an excessive or improper emphasis on sexual matters
  2. Characterized by or indicating sexual desire; lustful:
  3. Appealing to or stimulating sexual desire:
Forming a base
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  1. Forming a base
  2. Containing such metals:
  3. Forming or serving as a base:
Not appropriate or becoming; unseemly:
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  1. Not appropriate or becoming; unseemly:
  2. Of speech, that it is crude and offensive, typically in a sexual manner. Of speech, that it is crude and offensive, typically in a sexual manner.
  3. Offensive to accepted standards of decency or modesty; lewd or vulgar:
Constituting blasphemy.
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  1. Constituting blasphemy.
  2. Characterized by blasphemy; irreverent or profane
  3. Committing or tending to commit blasphemy.
(Of people) not believing in or caring for morality and immorality
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  1. (Of people) not believing in or caring for morality and immorality
  2. (Of acts) being neither moral nor immoral
  3. Without moral sense or principles; incapable of distinguishing between right and wrong
Dissipated and immoral; profligate; debauched
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  1. Dissipated and immoral; profligate; debauched
  2. Lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices.
To have squandered and scattered valuable possessions while devoted to pursuit of self-indulgent pleasures
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  1. To have squandered and scattered valuable possessions while devoted to pursuit of self-indulgent pleasures
  2. Irreversibly lost. Used of energy.
  3. Intemperate in the pursuit of pleasure; dissolute.
Lascivious or promiscuous. Used especially of women.
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  1. Lascivious or promiscuous. Used especially of women.
  2. Exciting or expressing sexual desire:
  3. Reckless; extremely careless; acting with utter disregard for others; implies conduct that is beyond mere negligence. In criminal law, malicious or malevolent intent. Reckless; extremely careless; acting with utter disregard for others; implies conduct that is beyond mere negligence. In criminal law, malicious or malevolent intent.
Showing disrespect or contempt for sacred things; irreverent
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  1. Showing disrespect or contempt for sacred things; irreverent
  2. Not admitted into a body of secret knowledge or ritual; uninitiated.
  3. Nonreligious in subject matter, form, or use; secular:
Guilty of sacrilege
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  1. Guilty of sacrilege
  2. That is or involves sacrilege
  3. Committing sacrilege or characterized by sacrilege.
Also corrupt in a moral sense, or disposition.
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  1. Also corrupt in a moral sense, or disposition.
  2. Morally bad; corrupt; perverted
  3. Describing a person or action that is perverted or extremely wrong in a moral sense.
(Obs.) Changed from a sound condition to an unsound one; spoiled; contaminated; rotten
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  1. (Obs.) Changed from a sound condition to an unsound one; spoiled; contaminated; rotten
  2. Containing errors or alterations, especially ones that prevent proper understanding or use:
  3. Morally unsound or debased; perverted; evil; depraved
Extremely wasteful; recklessly extravagant
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  1. Extremely wasteful; recklessly extravagant
  2. Given to or characterized by licentiousness or dissipation:
  3. Given to or characterized by reckless waste; wildly extravagant:
Of dubious character, morality, or legality; questionable:
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  1. Of dubious character, morality, or legality; questionable:
  2. (Slang) Not trustworthy; Unfit to be seen or known.
  3. Full of shade; shaded:
Gloomy; depressed.
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  1. Gloomy; depressed.
  2. (Idiomatic, slang, US) Of no value.
  3. Despicable; base:
Soiled with smut
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  1. Soiled with smut
  2. Pornographic or indecent
  3. Affected with plant smut
Not exact; not accurate or precise
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  1. Not exact; not accurate or precise
  2. Imperfectly conforming; exceeding or falling short in some respect.
  3. Imprecisely or indefinitely conceived or stated
Containing or derived from error; mistaken:
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  1. Containing or derived from error; mistaken:
  2. Containing or based on error; mistaken; wrong
Of or characteristic of sophists or sophistry
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  1. Of or characteristic of sophists or sophistry
  2. Using sophistry
  3. Clever and plausible, but unsound and tending to mislead
  1. Erroneous.
  2. Wrong; having an incorrect understanding, perception, etc.
  3. (With a copula verb, often with about) Having an incorrect belief.
Not correct
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  1. Not correct
  2. Not correct; erroneous or wrong:
  3. Untrue; inaccurate; wrong; faulty
Tending to mislead; deceptive:
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  1. Tending to mislead; deceptive:
  2. Misleading or deceptive
  3. Containing a fallacy; erroneous
Not agreeing with a standard, rule, or measure
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  1. Not agreeing with a standard, rule, or measure
  2. Contrary to fact or truth; false or incorrect
  3. Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
Out of proper order:
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  1. Out of proper order:
  2. Wrong; faulty; out of order; improper; as, it may not be amiss to ask advice.
  3. Wrong, faulty, improper, etc.
Not true or genuine; false; counterfeit
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  1. Not true or genuine; false; counterfeit
  2. (Bot.) Like in appearance but unlike in structure or function
  3. Lacking authenticity or validity in essence or origin; not genuine:
Lacking material substance; insubstantial.
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  1. Lacking material substance; insubstantial.
  2. (Archaic) Alternative form of insubstantial.
  3. Lacking basis in fact.
Not sound; not whole; not solid; defective; infirm; diseased.
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  1. Not sound; not whole; not solid; defective; infirm; diseased.
  2. In horse management an unsound horse is one suffering ill-health that affects its suitability for its intended work.
  3. Not true or logically valid; fallacious:
Lacking consistency, regularity, or uniformity:
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  1. Lacking consistency, regularity, or uniformity:
  2. (Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
  3. Having no fixed course or purpose; irregular; random; wandering
To be incorrect about what you say or think, to be in error
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  1. To be incorrect about what you say or think, to be in error
Alternative spelling of at fault.
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  1. Alternative spelling of at fault.
Wrong or distorted; perverse, amiss.
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  1. Wrong or distorted; perverse, amiss.
  2. Turned or twisted toward one side; crooked, distorted, out of place.
Containing a fault or defect; imperfect or defective.
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  1. Containing a fault or defect; imperfect or defective.
  2. Having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.
  3. Having a fault or faults; defective, blemished, imperfect, or erroneous
Persisting in error or fault; stubbornly contrary
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  1. Persisting in error or fault; stubbornly contrary
  2. Deviating from what is considered right or good; wrong, improper, etc. or corrupt, wicked, etc.; specif., sexually perverted
  3. Willfully opposing or resisting what is right, expected, or reasonable:
(Of a projectile) Missing the target
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  1. (Of a projectile) Missing the target
  2. (Idiomatic) inaccurate
Characterized by weakness or feebleness; decrepit; broken; falling to decay; shaky; unsafe.
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  1. Characterized by weakness or feebleness; decrepit; broken; falling to decay; shaky; unsafe.
  2. In love; experiencing romantic feelings.
  3. Out of control.
Not customized to fit, generic, off the rack.
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Not fitting well or correctly:
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  1. Not fitting well or correctly:
  2. Improperly matched; unsuitable.
  3. Unsuitable or inappropriate:
Not proportionate; not in proportion
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  1. Not proportionate; not in proportion
  2. Not proportionate.
  3. Out of proportion, as in size, shape, or amount.
Not physical balanced; not having physical equilibrium.
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  1. Not physical balanced; not having physical equilibrium.
  2. (Idiomatic, of a person) surprised; perplexed
Not easily managed or effected; embarrassing
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  1. Not easily managed or effected; embarrassing
  2. Difficult to effect; uncomfortable:
  3. Marked by or causing embarrassment or discomfort:
Lacking grace or social polish; awkward or tactless.
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  1. Lacking grace or social polish; awkward or tactless.
Performed, carried out, or done without the benefit of wise counsel or careful prior deliberation.
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  1. Performed, carried out, or done without the benefit of wise counsel or careful prior deliberation.
  2. Showing or resulting from a lack of sound advice or careful consideration; unwise
Not in accordance with the truth, fact, or rule; wrong; incorrect
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  1. Not in accordance with the truth, fact, or rule; wrong; incorrect
  2. Not in keeping with conventional mores; indecorous:
  3. Not suitable for or consistent with the purpose or circumstances; poorly adapted; unfit
Not appropriate:
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Not in agreement, as with principles; inconsistent:
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  1. Not in agreement, as with principles; inconsistent:
  2. Lacking in harmony; incompatible:
  3. Not in keeping with what is correct, proper, or logical; inappropriate:
Acting or moving in a way or direction opposite or contrary to the usual
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  1. Acting or moving in a way or direction opposite or contrary to the usual
  2. Turned backward; opposite or contrary, as in position, direction, order, etc.
  3. With the back showing or in view
Being owed or due from an earlier time; in arrears:
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  1. Being owed or due from an earlier time; in arrears:
  2. Located or placed in the rear:
  3. At the rear or back; behind
Narrower at the base than at the top
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  1. Narrower at the base than at the top
  2. Facing or turned toward the observer:
  3. Turned toward the observer
Placed or located directly across from something else or from each other:
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  1. Placed or located directly across from something else or from each other:
  2. Facing the other way; moving or tending away from each other:
  3. Set against, facing, or back to back; at the other end or side; in a contrary position or direction
Of or suited for the inside
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  1. Of or suited for the inside
  2. (Baseball) Passing between home plate and the batter
  3. (Baseball) Passing on the side of home plate nearer the batter. Used of a pitch.
Prostitution, the sale of illegal drugs, and certain other forms of usually nonviolent criminal behavior.
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  1. Prostitution, the sale of illegal drugs, and certain other forms of usually nonviolent criminal behavior.
  2. A character representing generalized or particular vice in English morality plays.
  3. In old English morality plays, a character, often a buffoon, representing a vice or vice in general
One of the two forms of the 21st letter of the Hebrew alphabet, distinguished from the letter shin by having a dot above the left side of the letter.
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  1. One of the two forms of the 21st letter of the Hebrew alphabet, distinguished from the letter shin by having a dot above the left side of the letter.
  2. The condition of being guilty of continued offense against God, religion, or good morals
  3. A transgression of a religious or moral law, especially when deliberate.
A misdeed.
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  1. A misdeed.
  2. The act or an instance of misbehaving; minor transgression
  3. (Law) Any minor offense, as the breaking of a municipal ordinance, for which statute provides a lesser punishment than for a felony: the penalty is usually a fine or imprisonment for a short time (usually less than one year) in a local jail, workhouse, etc.
An act committed in violation of law where the consequence of conviction by a court is punishment, especially where the punishment is a serious one such as imprisonment.
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  1. An act committed in violation of law where the consequence of conviction by a court is punishment, especially where the punishment is a serious one such as imprisonment.
  2. An act committed in violation of a law prohibiting it, or omitted in violation of a law ordering it; often, specif., such an act of a serious nature, as a felony: crimes are variously punishable by death, imprisonment, or the imposition of certain fines or restrictions: the range of crime includes felonies and misdemeanors, but not petty violations of local ordinances
  3. An offense against morality; sin
The quality or condition of being immoral.
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  1. The quality or condition of being immoral.
  2. (Uncountable) The state or quality of being immoral; vice.
  3. An immoral act or practice; vice
Depravity; baseness.
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  1. Depravity; baseness.
  2. An instance of this
  3. A base act.
Something showing lack of decency; something such as a word that is indecent
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  1. Something showing lack of decency; something such as a word that is indecent
  2. 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.
  3. An indecent act, statement, etc.
A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata.
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  1. A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata.
  2. The act or an instance of transgressing; breach of a law, duty, etc.
  3. 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.
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  1. A wrong or illegal deed; a wrongdoing.
  2. A wrong or wicked act; crime, sin, etc.
(Uncountable) A lack of justice
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  1. (Uncountable) A lack of justice
  2. (Uncountable) The state of being unfair
  3. (Countable) An unjust act
The forcing of oneself, one's presence or will, etc. on another or others without right or invitation
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  1. The forcing of oneself, one's presence or will, etc. on another or others without right or invitation
  2. The arrangement of type pages or plates in the proper order of printing
  3. The arrangement of printed matter to form a sequence of pages.
The state of being oppressed:
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  1. The state of being oppressed:
  2. A feeling of being weighed down, as with worries or problems; physical or mental distress
  3. The action of oppressing; arbitrary and cruel exercise of power:
Unfair play; action that breaks the rules of the game
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  1. Unfair play; action that breaks the rules of the game
  2. Criminal action or violence; esp., murder
  3. Intentionally violent or injurious behavior, especially that suggestive of a criminal act.
Irrational suspicion or hatred of a particular social group, such as a race or the adherents of a religion.
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  1. Irrational suspicion or hatred of a particular social group, such as a race or the adherents of a religion.
  2. An adverse judgment or opinion formed unfairly or without knowledge of the facts:
  3. Detriment or harm caused to a person, especially in a legal case:
A preference or an inclination, especially one that inhibits impartial judgment.
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  1. A preference or an inclination, especially one that inhibits impartial judgment.
  2. A statistical sampling or testing error caused by systematically favoring some outcomes over others.
  3. (Radio) The fixed voltage applied to an electrode circuit to control the mode of operation, usually measured with the cathode voltage as reference
Unfair partiality; favoritism:
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  1. Unfair partiality; favoritism:
  2. A small decorative gift given to each guest at a party.
  3. Permission to engage in sexual activity, especially when granted by a woman to a male partner.
Villainous conduct or action:
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  1. Villainous conduct or action:
  2. Evil or vicious character or behaviour.
  3. The fact or state of being villainous
Behavior, esp. by the young, that is antisocial or in violation of the law
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  1. Behavior, esp. by the young, that is antisocial or in violation of the law
  2. Failure or neglect to do what duty or law requires
  3. A failure, by act or omission, to perform a legal or contractual obligation.
An act of misdoing; a misdeed.
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  1. An act of misdoing; a misdeed.
A mistake.
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  1. A mistake.
  2. The difference between a computed or estimated result and the actual value, as in mathematics
  3. A departure from the accepted moral code; transgression; wrongdoing; sin
The natural expulsion of an embryo or fetus from the womb before it is sufficiently developed to survive
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  1. The natural expulsion of an embryo or fetus from the womb before it is sufficiently developed to survive
  2. Failure of mail, freight, etc. to reach its destination
  3. The premature, spontaneous expulsion of the products of pregnancy from the uterus, usually in the first trimester.
A fault in understanding, perception, interpretation, etc.
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  1. A fault in understanding, perception, interpretation, etc.
  2. An error; a blunder.
  3. An error or fault resulting from defective judgment, deficient knowledge, or carelessness.
A mistake typically caused by ignorance or carelessness.
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  1. A mistake typically caused by ignorance or carelessness.
  2. A foolish or stupid mistake
The act of breaking a law; sin or crime; transgression
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  1. The act of breaking a law; sin or crime; transgression
  2. Any violation of the law for which the judicial code demands there be a penalty, including misdemeanors and felonies. See also crime. Any violation of the law for which the judicial code demands there be a penalty, including misdemeanors and felonies. See also crime.
  3. The team in possession of the ball or puck, or those players whose primary duty is to attempt to score.
(Uncountable) Violation of standards of behavior.
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  1. (Uncountable) Violation of standards of behavior.
  2. (Countable) An instance of doing wrong.
  3. Any act or behavior that is wrong; the doing of wrong; transgression
Desecration of something sacred, as a church
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  1. Desecration of something sacred, as a church
  2. Infringement or breach, as of a law, rule, right, etc.
  3. The act or an instance of violating or the condition of being violated:
A wrongful act, injury, or damage (not involving a breach of contract), for which a civil action can be brought
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  1. A wrongful act, injury, or damage (not involving a breach of contract), for which a civil action can be brought
  2. The branch of the legal system or legal code that deals with such wrongs.
  3. 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.
Something that hurts; a pain, injury, or wound.
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  1. Something that hurts; a pain, injury, or wound.
  2. Mental suffering; anguish:
  3. Harm, wrong, or damage
A persecuting or being persecuted
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  1. A persecuting or being persecuted
  2. The act or practice of persecuting on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or beliefs that differ from those of the persecutor.
  3. The condition of being persecuted.
Violation of the rights of another person.
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  1. Violation of the rights of another person.
  2. A specific unjust act; a wrong.
  3. An unjust act; injury
The quality or state of being malevolent; malice; spitefulness; ill will
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  1. The quality or state of being malevolent; malice; spitefulness; ill will
  2. Malevolent behavior.
(Law) Willful infliction of physical pain or suffering upon a person or animal, or of mental distress upon a person
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  1. (Law) Willful infliction of physical pain or suffering upon a person or animal, or of mental distress upon a person
  2. Something, such as a cruel act or remark, that causes pain or suffering.
  3. As a ground for divorce, the intentional and malicious infliction of physical or psychological abuse by a married person upon his or her spouse that endangers or severely impairs the spouse’s life or physical or mental well-being or creates a reasonable apprehension in the spouse’s mind of physical or mental harm. The extent of abuse that a spouse is expected to tolerate varies state to state, but a single act of cruelty is normally not enough to constitute grounds for divorce. See also abuse. As a ground for divorce, the intentional and malicious infliction of physical or psychological abuse by a married person upon his or her spouse that endangers or severely impairs the spouse’s life or physical or mental well-being or creates a reasonable apprehension in the spouse’s mind of physical or mental harm. The extent of abuse that a spouse is expected to tolerate varies state to state, but a single act of cruelty is normally not enough to constitute grounds for divorce. See also abuse.
Any false and malicious written or printed statement, or any sign, picture, or effigy, tending to expose a person to public ridicule, hatred, or contempt or to injure a person's reputation
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  1. Any false and malicious written or printed statement, or any sign, picture, or effigy, tending to expose a person to public ridicule, hatred, or contempt or to injure a person's reputation
  2. The legally indefensible publication or broadcast of words or images that are degrading to a person or injurious to his or her reputation.
  3. Anything that gives an unflattering or damaging picture of the subject with which it is dealing
Rough treatment or use:
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  1. Rough treatment or use:
  2. Insulting or hurtful language, especially when used to threaten or demoralize:
  3. Improper or excessive use; misuse:
Physical or psychological damage or injury:
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  1. Physical or psychological damage or injury:
  2. Immoral or unjust effects:
  3. Hurt; injury; damage
Injury or harm to a person or thing, resulting in a loss in soundness or value
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  1. Injury or harm to a person or thing, resulting in a loss in soundness or value
  2. (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
  3. (Informal) Cost; price:
(--- Archaic) An instance of this; a grudge
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  1. (--- Archaic) An instance of this; a grudge
  2. (Obs.) Something annoying or irritating
  3. A mean or evil feeling toward another, characterized by the inclination to hurt, humiliate, annoy, frustrate, etc.; ill will; malice
A false and malicious statement or report about someone.
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  1. A false and malicious statement or report about someone.
  2. (Law) Oral communication of false and malicious statements that damage the reputation of another.
  3. Falsely spoken words that tend to damage another person’s reputation; defamation. The truth of such words is an absolute defense against slander. Unlike libel, unless the slander is defamatory per se, damages caused by slander must be proven by the plaintiff. See also libel. Falsely spoken words that tend to damage another person’s reputation; defamation. The truth of such words is an absolute defense against slander. Unlike libel, unless the slander is defamatory per se, damages caused by slander must be proven by the plaintiff. See also libel.
A deliberate discourtesy; a snub:
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  1. A deliberate discourtesy; a snub:
  2. The act of slighting; a deliberate act of neglect or discourtesy.
  3. A slighting or being slighted by pointedly indifferent, disrespectful, or supercilious treatment
Abusive treatment.
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  1. Abusive treatment.
  2. Improper application, as of words.
  3. Bad or harsh treatment
Great anger, indignation, etc. aroused by such an act or offense
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  1. Great anger, indignation, etc. aroused by such an act or offense
  2. An act of extreme violence or viciousness:
  3. Something that is grossly offensive to decency, morality, or good taste:
An inhuman or inhumane act or remark
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  1. An inhuman or inhumane act or remark
  2. The quality or condition of being inhuman or inhumane
  3. Lack of pity or compassion.
Something that causes injury, irritation, or trauma.
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  1. Something that causes injury, irritation, or trauma.
  2. (Med.) Damage or injury to tissues or organs of the body
  3. (--- Medicine) A bodily injury, irritation, or trauma.
A rude act or statement.
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  1. A rude act or statement.
  2. Lack of courtesy; rudeness.
  3. Lack of courtesy; impoliteness; bad manners; rudeness
A situation in which a person is taken advantage of or treated unfairly; a situation in which a person is led to expect something, but receives nothing or much less than expected.
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  1. A situation in which a person is taken advantage of or treated unfairly; a situation in which a person is led to expect something, but receives nothing or much less than expected.
Obscene language or subject matter.
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  1. Obscene language or subject matter.
  2. Any unclean or soiling matter, as mud, dust, dung, trash, etc.; filth
  3. Anything common, filthy, or contemptible
Containing or based on error; mistaken; wrong
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  1. Containing or based on error; mistaken; wrong
  2. Containing or derived from error; mistaken:
Containing a fallacy; erroneous
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  1. Containing a fallacy; erroneous
  2. Misleading or deceptive
  3. Characterized by fallacy; false or mistaken.
Resembling but not accurately or properly designated as such:
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  1. Resembling but not accurately or properly designated as such:
  2. Intentionally deceptive:
  3. Not genuine or real:
Not accurate; not correct; not exact; in error
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  1. Not accurate; not correct; not exact; in error
  2. Mistaken or incorrect; not accurate.
Not correct; erroneous or wrong:
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  1. Not correct; erroneous or wrong:
  2. Improper; inappropriate:
  3. Not correct
(With a copula verb, often with about) Having an incorrect belief.
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  1. (With a copula verb, often with about) Having an incorrect belief.
  2. Erroneous.
  3. Incorrect; misunderstood; erroneous
Not correct; in error; wrong
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  1. Not correct; in error; wrong
  2. Somewhat crazy; eccentric:
  3. (Informal) Not quite normal in thinking, behavior, etc.; mildly eccentric
In horse management an unsound horse is one suffering ill-health that affects its suitability for its intended work.
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  1. In horse management an unsound horse is one suffering ill-health that affects its suitability for its intended work.
  2. Not based on truth or valid reasoning; not accurate, reliable, sensible, etc.
  3. Not true or logically valid; fallacious:
Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
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  1. Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
  2. Contrary to fact; false.
  3. False; not true.
Running contrary to the facts:
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  1. Running contrary to the facts:
  2. Contrary to the facts of an event, situation, etc.
  3. Contrary to the facts; untrue.
Deliberately untrue:
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  1. Deliberately untrue:
  2. Not genuine or real:
  3. Intentionally deceptive:
Deceptively appealing:
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  1. Deceptively appealing:
  2. Having the ring of truth or plausibility but actually fallacious:
  3. Seeming to be good, sound, correct, logical, etc. without really being so; plausible but not genuine
Lacking authenticity or validity in essence or origin; not genuine:
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  1. Lacking authenticity or validity in essence or origin; not genuine:
  2. Not trustworthy; dubious or fallacious:
  3. Not true or genuine; false; counterfeit
Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
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  1. Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
  2. Contrary to fact; false.
  3. False; not true.
Not in accordance with the truth; untrue
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  1. Not in accordance with the truth; untrue
  2. Not giving the truth; providing untrue facts; lying.
  3. Contrary to truth; not true.
Vulgar or obscene:
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  1. Vulgar or obscene:
  2. (Slang) Fantastic.
  3. Not achieving an adequate standard; poor:
Marked by anger or sullenness:
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  1. Marked by anger or sullenness:
  2. Being of the color black, producing or reflecting comparatively little light and having no predominant hue.
  3. Evil; wicked:
Characterized by or indicating future misfortune; ominous:
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  1. Characterized by or indicating future misfortune; ominous:
  2. Bad or blameworthy by report; infamous:
  3. Morally bad or wrong; wicked:
Not in conformity with the accepted standards of proper sexual behavior, specif., unchaste or lewd
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  1. Not in conformity with the accepted standards of proper sexual behavior, specif., unchaste or lewd
  2. Not in conformity with accepted principles of right and wrong behavior, specif., depraved
  3. Not moral; inconsistent with rectitude, purity, or good morals; contrary to conscience or the divine law.
Characterized by iniquity; wicked.
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  1. Characterized by iniquity; wicked.
  2. Morally objectionable
  3. Wicked or sinful
(Rare) Diseased or causing disease
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  1. (Rare) Diseased or causing disease
  2. Sinful; sinning
  3. Breaking or disregarding a rule or practice; faulty
(Theol.) Damned
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  1. (Theol.) Damned
  2. Rejected by God and without hope of salvation.
  3. Totally bad; corrupt; depraved
Marked by or full of sin; wicked:
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  1. Marked by or full of sin; wicked:
  2. (Informal) Extremely pleasing to the senses; sensuously enjoyable:
Having the nature of vice; evil, immoral, or depraved:
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  1. Having the nature of vice; evil, immoral, or depraved:
  2. Faulty or defective:
  3. Having bad or harmful habits; unruly
(Slang) Strikingly good, effective, or skillful:
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  1. (Slang) Strikingly good, effective, or skillful:
  2. Evil or immoral:
  3. Morally bad or wrong; acting or done with evil intent; depraved
Not in perfect shape; faulty.
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  1. Not in perfect shape; faulty.
  2. Wrong; faulty; out of order; improper; as, it may not be amiss to ask advice.
  3. Wrong, faulty, improper, etc.
Turned or twisted toward one side; crooked, distorted, out of place.
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  1. Turned or twisted toward one side; crooked, distorted, out of place.
  2. Wrong or distorted; perverse, amiss.
Distasteful or unpleasant
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  1. Distasteful or unpleasant
  2. Gratingly wrong or off pitch
  3. Bad-tempered and morose; peevish:
(Archaic) Having or caused by a mental disorder
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  1. (Archaic) Having or caused by a mental disorder
  1. Insane; lunatic; demented.
  2. Intensely involved or preoccupied:
  3. In love; experiencing romantic feelings.
Silly; foolish
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  1. Silly; foolish
  2. Crazy; deranged.
  3. Insane; crazy
  1. Insane or mentally ill.
  2. (Informal) Crazy or foolish.
  3. Mentally deranged; insane; mad
Being in a condition of confusion or disarray.
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  1. Being in a condition of confusion or disarray.
  2. Put out of order; jumbled
  3. Chaotic; without clear order; in a state of disorder.
Driven mad; crazed
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  1. Driven mad; crazed
  2. Deeply hurt, saddened, or worried; distressed.
  3. Extremely troubled; mentally confused; distracted; harassed
Amusingly eccentric or unconventional.
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  1. Amusingly eccentric or unconventional.
  2. Mentally unbalanced; crazy.
  3. (Informal) Feebleminded or crazy
Intended for use by such persons:
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  1. Intended for use by such persons:
  2. Immoderate; wild:
  3. Characteristic of or associated with persons who are mentally deranged:
Of or for people who are mentally deranged.
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  1. Of or for people who are mentally deranged.
  2. Of or for insane persons
  3. Suffering from lunacy; insane
Temporarily or apparently deranged by violent sensations, emotions, or ideas:
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  1. Temporarily or apparently deranged by violent sensations, emotions, or ideas:
  2. Angry; resentful:
  3. Mentally ill; insane
Of, having, or showing mania; maniacal
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  1. Of, having, or showing mania; maniacal
Wildly irresponsible:
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  1. Wildly irresponsible:
  2. Like a maniac; insane; frenzied.
  3. Of, having, or showing mania; wildly insane; raving
Having a mental illness.
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  1. Having a mental illness.
  2. Having a psychological disorder.
(By extension) Showing irrational behaviour, especially of a romantic or sentimental nature.
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  1. (By extension) Showing irrational behaviour, especially of a romantic or sentimental nature.
  2. Crazed; lunatic; insane
  3. Mentally deranged; crazy.
(Informal) Not quite normal in thinking, behavior, etc.; mildly eccentric
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  1. (Informal) Not quite normal in thinking, behavior, etc.; mildly eccentric
  2. Somewhat crazy; eccentric:
  3. Started on the way; going:
Slightly mentally deficient; touched in the head.
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  1. Slightly mentally deficient; touched in the head.
  2. Emotionally moved (by), made to feel emotion (by).
  3. Emotionally affected; moved:
Not in balance or in proper balance.
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  1. Not in balance or in proper balance.
  2. Not treating all sides with due importance:
  3. Showing or marked by erratic or volatile emotions or behavior.
Not safe, firm, or solid; insecure
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  1. Not safe, firm, or solid; insecure
  2. Not sound; not whole; not solid; defective; infirm; diseased.
  3. In horse management an unsound horse is one suffering ill-health that affects its suitability for its intended work.
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  1. (Informal) irrational, crazy
  2. Crazy:
  3. (Slang) Crazy, enraged, etc.
Broken so that fissures appear on the surface:
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  1. Broken so that fissures appear on the surface:
  2. Broken or fractured, usually without complete separation of parts; having a crack or cracks
  3. (Informal) Mentally deranged; crazy.