Wrong synonyms

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Inaccurate
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Contrary to established moral principles.
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Improper; inappropriate:
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Outrageous:
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In a treacherous or faithless manner:
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Inaccurate
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Naughty in a playful way; mischievous
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The definition of fallacious is something based on an erroneous or mistaken belief.
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Containing or consisting in sin; contrary to the will of a god, goddess, gods and/or goddesses.
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Inaccurate
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(Uncountable) Violation of standards of behavior.
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Appealing to or stimulating sexual desire:
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Capricious, reckless of morality, justice etc.; acting without regard for the law or the well-being of others; gratuitous.
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Also corrupt in a moral sense, or disposition.
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(With a copula verb, often with about) Having an incorrect belief.
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Amiss is something that is off or not right in a certain situation, yet it’s usually preceded by a negative.
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Lacking material substance; insubstantial.
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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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Prejudice is an opinion or judgment that disregards the facts.
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(Archaic) A bodily injury causing pain; a wound or bruise.
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Importance, claim to notice, regard.
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Distasteful or unpleasant
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Casting shade:
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Turned or twisted toward one side; crooked, distorted, out of place.
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Inaccurate
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Committing or tending to commit blasphemy.
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(Of people) not believing in or caring for morality and immorality
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Lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices.
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Intemperate in the pursuit of pleasure; dissolute.
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Unclean; ritually impure; unholy, desecrating a holy place or thing.
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That is or involves sacrilege
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Deteriorated from the normal or standard
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Given to or characterized by reckless waste; wildly extravagant:
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Gloomy; depressed.
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Affected with plant smut
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Imperfectly conforming; exceeding or falling short in some respect.
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Of or characteristic of sophists or sophistry
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Inaccurate
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Inaccurate
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Inaccurate
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Not grounded.
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(Bot.) Like in appearance but unlike in structure or function
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The definition of erratic is something that is not consistent or is lacking in a fixed course.
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Inaccurate
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Inaccurate
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Alternative spelling of at fault.
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Inaccurate
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Inaccurate
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Having a fault or faults; defective, blemished, imperfect, or erroneous
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Inaccurate
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Inaccurate
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Inaccurate
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Willfully opposing or resisting what is right, expected, or reasonable:
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(Of a person) having an opinion of the past; preferring things or values of the past; behind the times; over-conservative.
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Inaccurate
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(Of a projectile) Missing the target
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Inaccurate
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Inaccurate
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Inaccurate
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Out of control.
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Not customized to fit, generic, off the rack.
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Not fitting well or correctly:
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Out of proportion, as in size, shape, or amount.
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Inappropriate
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Not physical balanced; not having physical equilibrium.
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Uncomfortable, especially due to one's surroundings.
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Difficult to handle or manage:
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(Mathematics, archaic) Skewed, not plane.
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Carried out without the benefit of wise counsel or careful deliberation, or carried out with unwise counsel
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Not consistent with established facts; incorrect
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Causing movement backward or in the opposite direction
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(Not comparable) Not current.
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The definition of opposite is something or someone who is across from you or who is on a different side as you are.
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Of or suited for the inside
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The definition of a vice is a weakness in morality or bad habit.
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A sin offering; a sacrifice for sin.
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The act or an instance of misbehaving; minor transgression
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A base act.
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Something showing lack of decency; something such as a word that is indecent
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The definition of a transgression is an act that goes past set limits or breaks a law.
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That which was done that should not have been, ranging from any sin or moral offense to various degrees of crime.
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(Uncountable) The state of being unfair
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A deception; fraud
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The act of oppressing, or the state of being oppressed.
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Intentionally violent or injurious behavior, especially that suggestive of a criminal act.
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(Statistics) the difference between the expectation of the sample estimator and the true population value, which reduces the representativeness of the estimator by systematically distorting it
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(Law) Partiality; bias.
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Injustice
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The fact or state of being villainous
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A failure, by act or omission, to perform a legal or contractual obligation.
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An act of misdoing; a misdeed.
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A mistake as to facts or law.
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(Now rare except in miscarriage of justice) A failure; a mistake or error. [from 16th c.]
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An error or fault resulting from defective judgment, deficient knowledge, or carelessness.
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The definition of a blunder is a foolish mistake.
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The act of breaking a law; sin or crime; transgression
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Injustice
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The act or an instance of violating or the condition of being violated:
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A wrongful act, injury, or damage (not involving a breach of contract), for which a civil action can be brought
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The condition of being persecuted.
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Violation of another's rights or of what is right; lack of justice.
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Hostile attitude or feeling.
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(Law) Willful infliction of physical pain or suffering upon a person or animal, or of mental distress upon a person
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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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Sexual abuse.
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Immoral or unjust effects:
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(Informal) Cost; price:
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Spite is a mean or angry feeling that makes someone want to hurt another.
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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
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An injury
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The act of slighting; a deliberate act of neglect or discourtesy.
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Bad or harsh treatment
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Something that is grossly offensive to decency, morality, or good taste:
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An inhuman or inhumane act or remark
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An injury
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Something that causes injury, irritation, or trauma:
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A rude act or statement.
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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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(Idiomatic) Bad advice or information, regardless of intention.
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Any unclean or soiling matter, as mud, dust, dung, trash, etc.; filth
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Full of virtue, having excellent moral character.
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Able to be depended on for the discharge of obligations incurred; of unimpaired credit.
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Careful and exact
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With good manners; well behaved; conforming with accepted standards of behaviour.
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Precisely or definitely conceived or stated; strict.
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Appropriate; proper:
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That suits a given purpose, occasion, condition, propriety, etc.; fitting; appropriate; apt
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Right for the purpose; suitable; fit; proper
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A legal or moral entitlement.
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The use of authority and power to uphold what is right, just, or lawful
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The property of being fair.
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An instance of kind behavior:
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An injury
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The definition of bad is something that is wrong in some way, something that is not working properly, or has negative qualities.
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The number that is raised to various powers to generate the principal counting units of a number system. The base of the decimal system, for example, is 10.
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Deserving to be blamed
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Prohibited from being imported or exported.
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Shameful; disgraceful:
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(Figuratively) Dishonest or illegal; corrupt.
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Erring or straying from what is right or the right course
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Not accurate; not correct; not exact; in error
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Unsuitable or improper.
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Not equitable; unfair; unjust
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Deserving rebuke or censure:
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Threatening harm, evil, or misfortune; ominous; portentous
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Immoral
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Not just or right; unfair; contrary to justice
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Characterized by corrupt dealings, especially bribery:
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Appropriate to or characteristic of a villain:
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Without legal right; unlawful
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(Law) The branch of law dealing in delicts.
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An increase in land caused by the recession of sea, river, or other body of water formerly covering it. Ownership is a function of how rapidly the water receded. See also reliction.
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The definition of a detriment is something that can cause damage, injury or harm.
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Harmful action; injury
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Injustice
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Deceitfulness
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Self-reproach for supposed inadequacy or wrongdoing.
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The definition of an iniquity is a sin or wrong doing.
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A particular form of hurt, damage, or loss:
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(Obsolete) A crime
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The definition of malfeasance is wrongdoing, especially by a public official.
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Performance, as by a physician or lawyer, that falls below the professional minimum standard of care or service for a patient or client, especially when legally actionable because an injury or loss has been suffered by the patient or client.
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Corrupt behaviour, illegitimate activity, especially by someone in authority
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Damage, destruction, or injury caused by a specific person or thing:
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Injustice
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An otherwise legal act that is performed in an illegal fashion.
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Indirection in conduct or verbal expression; lack of straightforwardness:
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(Rare) Faultiness, a state of being flawed.
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Sin [1290]
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The condition of being susceptible to bribery or corruption.
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To foil or escape by tricks or by good luck
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(Now rare) To show (something or someone) to be false or wrong; to disprove or refute.
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To take away or hold back property, rights, etc. from by fraud; cheat
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To treat disrespectfully; insult
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To cause physical harm to; hurt:
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To initiate or bring about, often by inciting:
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To speak evil of; defame; slander; traduce
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To treat badly, to abuse. [from 18th c.]
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Simple past tense and past participle of misguide.
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To cause to sin
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To cause someone to become annoyed or angry.
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To deny the truth of something, especially by presenting arguments that disprove it.
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Refute is defined as to prove that something is false.
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Simple past tense and past participle of twist
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To make unfit; to render unsuitable, spoil, disqualify.
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Fairly good; acceptable; satisfactory:
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Sincere; frank:
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Based on strong likelihood or firm conviction, rather than on the actual evidence:
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Capable, worthy, or sure of being accepted or received with pleasure; pleasing to a receiver; gratifying; agreeable; welcome; as, an acceptable present, one acceptable to us.
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In proper or satisfactory operational or working order:
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An example or kind of moral excellence:
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(Uncountable) The state or characteristic of being good.
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To provide assistance, support, or relief to:
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(Sports) To make a pass that leads directly towards scoring.
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(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
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To feel or express compassion, as for another's suffering; commiserate.
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Started on the way.
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Not safe and secure financially
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Running contrary to the facts:
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Specious is defined as something that looks right, or that looks attractive, but is not as it seems.
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Not in accordance with the truth; untrue
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The definition of black is covered in darkness or having no light.
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Sinful; sinning
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Rejected by God and without hope of salvation.
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Of, relating to, or induced by a mental disorder.
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Physically or mentally ill.
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Having many dots.
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The definition of insane is someone who acts or speaks strangely because their brain isn’t working correctly.
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Utterly foolish
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Wildly confused or excited.
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Of, having, or showing mania; maniacal
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Wildly irresponsible:
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Having a mental illness.
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Affected mentally in some way, supposedly by the influence of the moon
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Emotionally affected; moved:
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(Computing) of an expression having different numbers of left and right parentheses
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(Informal) irrational, crazy
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Broken or fractured, usually without complete separation of parts; having a crack or cracks
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A little crazy
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Mentally confused; crazy
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Mentally deranged; crazy.
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Out of one's mind; crazy:
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Mentally deranged; crazy.
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(Computers) Having many software bugs:
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Lacking in sense; foolish or crazy.
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Like fruit in taste or smell
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(Colloquial) Insane, mad.
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Reminiscent of nuts
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Mentally unbalanced; crazy
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Eccentric or irrational:
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(UK, informal) Crazy; mad.
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Mentally incompetent.
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Not in the right way or on the proper course
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An act of mischief, cruelty, or witchcraft.
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Representation of devils or demons, as in paintings or fiction.
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An evil or wicked act or behaviour, especially such a crime.
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(Countable) An immoral act or practice.
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The quality of being unjust; unfairness.
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To distress; afflict.
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The definition of oppress is to keep something down using cruel or unjust power.
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To afflict or harass constantly so as to injure or distress; oppress cruelly, esp. for reasons of religion, politics, or race
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(Logic) Of the state in Boolean logic that indicates an affirmative or positive result.
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Unexpected.
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Not in accordance with what is usual or expected
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The definition of sane is someone or something that has a healthy mind, is reasonable, and makes sensible judgments.
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(Slang, uncountable) The police.
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The definition of haywire is something that has gone wrong or that is not working correctly.
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Occurring at an unfavourable or inappropriate time; untimely
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Not usual for or appropriate to the season
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At an inopportune time
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in an inaccurate manner
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in an inaccurate manner
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A harm caused by the infringement of a legal right.
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The state or quality of being wrongful.
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Not behaving properly; mischievous or disobedient
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Not proper and fitting; unseemly; improper
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To be incorrect about what you say or think, to be in error
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In accordance with virtue or morality:
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(Western US) intoxicated by eating locoweed
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Immoral
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