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base

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18 in 18 verses (in OT : 18 in 18 verses)

CIDE DICTIONARY

basea. [OE. bass, F. bas, low, fr. LL. bassus thick, fat, short, humble; cf. L. Bassus, a proper name, and W. bas shallow. Cf. Bass a part in music.].
  •  Of little, or less than the usual, height; of low growth; as, base shrubs.  Shak.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Low in place or position.  Shak.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Of humble birth; or low degree; lowly; mean.  Bacon.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Illegitimate by birth; bastard.  [1913 Webster]
    "Why bastard? wherefore base?"  [1913 Webster]
  •  Of little comparative value, as metal inferior to gold and silver, the precious metals.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Alloyed with inferior metal; debased; as, base coin; base bullion.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Morally low. Hence: Low-minded; unworthy; without dignity of sentiment; ignoble; mean; illiberal; menial; as, a base fellow; base motives; base occupations.  Milton.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Not classical or correct.  Fuller.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Deep or grave in sound; as, the base tone of a violin.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Not held by honorable service; as, a base estate, one held by services not honorable; held by villenage. Such a tenure is called base, or low, and the tenant, a base tenant.  [1913 Webster]
Base fee, formerly, an estate held at the will of the lord; now, a qualified fee. See note under Fee, n., 4. -- Base metal. See under Metal.
Syn. -- Dishonorable; worthless; ignoble; low-minded; infamous; sordid; degraded.
basen. [F. base, L. basis, fr. Gr. ba`sis a stepping, step, a base, pedestal, fr. bai`nein to go, step, akin to E. come. Cf. Basis, and see Come.].
  •  The bottom of anything, considered as its support, or that on which something rests for support; the foundation; as, the base of a statue.  Prescott.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Fig.: The fundamental or essential part of a thing; the essential principle; a groundwork.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The lower part of a wall, pier, or column, when treated as a separate feature, usually in projection, or especially ornamented.  [1913 Webster]
  •  That extremity of a leaf, fruit, etc., at which it is attached to its support.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The positive, or non-acid component of a salt; a substance which, combined with an acid, neutralizes the latter and forms a salt; -- applied also to the hydroxides of the positive elements or radicals, and to certain organic bodies resembling them in their property of forming salts with acids.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The chief ingredient in a compound.  [1913 Webster]
  •  A substance used as a mordant.  Ure.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The exterior side of the polygon, or that imaginary line which connects the salient angles of two adjacent bastions.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The line or surface constituting that part of a figure on which it is supposed to stand.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The number from which a mathematical table is constructed; as, the base of a system of logarithms.  [1913 Webster]
  •  A low, or deep, sound. (Mus.) (a) The lowest part; the deepest male voice. (b) One who sings, or the instrument which plays, base.  [1913 Webster]
    "The trebles squeak for fear, the bases roar."  [1913 Webster]
  •  A place or tract of country, protected by fortifications, or by natural advantages, from which the operations of an army proceed, forward movements are made, supplies are furnished, etc.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The smallest kind of cannon.  [1913 Webster]
  •  That part of an organ by which it is attached to another more central organ.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The basal plane of a crystal.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The ground mass of a rock, especially if not distinctly crystalline.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The lower part of the field. See Escutcheon.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The housing of a horse.  [1913 Webster]
  •  A kind of skirt (often of velvet or brocade, but sometimes of mailed armor) which hung from the middle to about the knees, or lower.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The lower part of a robe or petticoat.  [1913 Webster]
  •  An apron.  Marston.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The point or line from which a start is made; a starting place or a goal in various games.  [1913 Webster]
    "To their appointed base they went."  [1913 Webster]
  •  A line in a survey which, being accurately determined in length and position, serves as the origin from which to compute the distances and positions of any points or objects connected with it by a system of triangles.  Lyman.  [1913 Webster]
  •  A rustic play; -- called also prisoner's base, prison base, or bars.  Shak.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Any one of the four bounds which mark the circuit of the infield.  [1913 Webster]
Altern base. See under Altern. -- Attic base. (Arch.) See under Attic. -- Base course. (Arch.) (a) The first or lower course of a foundation wall, made of large stones or a mass of concrete; -- called also foundation course. (b) The architectural member forming the transition between the basement and the wall above. -- Base hit (Baseball), a hit, by which the batsman, without any error on the part of his opponents, is able to reach the first base without being put out. -- Base line. (a) A main line taken as a base, as in surveying or in military operations. (b) A line traced round a cannon at the rear of the vent. -- Base plate, the foundation plate of heavy machinery, as of the steam engine; the bed plate. -- Base ring (Ordnance), a projecting band of metal around the breech, connected with the body of the gun by a concave molding. H. L. Scott.
basev. t. [From Base, n.].
     To put on a base or basis; to lay the foundation of; to found, as an argument or conclusion; -- used with on or upon.  Bacon.  [1913 Webster]
basev. t. [See Base, a., and cf. Abase.].
  •  To abase; to let, or cast, down; to lower.  [1913 Webster]
    "If any . . . based his pike."  [1913 Webster]
  •  To reduce the value of; to debase.  [1913 Webster]
    "Metals which we can not base."  [1913 Webster]

OXFORD DICTIONARY

base, n. & v.
--n.
1 a a part that supports from beneath or serves as a foundation for an object or structure. b a notional structure or entity on which something draws or depends (power base).
2 a principle or starting-point; a basis.
3 esp. Mil. a place from which an operation or activity is directed.
4 a a main or important ingredient of a mixture. b a substance, e.g. water, in combination with which pigment forms paint etc.
5 a substance used as a foundation for make-up.
6 Chem. a substance capable of combining with an acid to form a salt and water and usu. producing hydroxide ions when dissolved in water.
7 Math. a number in terms of which other numbers or logarithms are expressed (see RADIX).
8 Archit. the part of a column between the shaft and pedestal or pavement.
9 Geom. a line or surface on which a figure is regarded as standing.
10 Surveying a known line used as a geometrical base for trigonometry.
11 Electronics the middle part of a transistor separating the emitter from the collector.
12 Linguistics a root or stem as the origin of a word or a derivative.
13 Baseball etc. one of the four stations that must be reached in turn when scoring a run.
14 Bot. & Zool. the end at which an organ is attached to the trunk.
15 Heraldry the lowest part of a shield.
--v.tr.
1 (usu. foll. by on, upon) found or establish (a theory based on speculation; his opinion was soundly based).
2 (foll. by at, in, etc.) station (troops were based in Malta).

Idiom
base hospital esp. Austral. a hospital in a rural area, or (in warfare) removed from the field of action. base pairing Biochem. complementary binding by means of hydrogen bonds of a purine to a pyrimidine base in opposite strands of nucleic acids. base rate Brit. the interest rate set by the Bank of England, used as the basis for other banks' rates. base unit a unit that is defined arbitrarily and not by combinations of other units.
base, adj.
1 lacking moral worth; cowardly, despicable.
2 menial.
3 not pure; alloyed (base coin).
4 (of a metal) low in value (opp. NOBLE, PRECIOUS).

Derivative
basely adv. baseness n.
Etymology
ME in sense 'of small height', f. F bas f. med.L bassus short (in L as a cognomen)

THESAURUS

base

CP, GHQ, HQ, Mickey Mouse, abhorrent, abject, abominable, acid, acidity, agent, alkali, alkalinity, alloisomer, anchor, angle, anion, antacid, antecedents, arrant, atom, atrocious, awful, background, bad, baluster, balustrade, banister, base of operations, base-minded, baseboard, baseborn, basement, basis, bearing wall, beastly, bed, bed on, bedding, bedrock, beggarly, below contempt, beneath contempt, biochemical, black, blackguardly, blamable, blameworthy, bolster, bottom, bottom on, brutal, build, build in, build on, buttress, caitiff, call, camp, caryatid, cation, causation, cause, cause and effect, center of authority, central administration, central office, central station, chassis, cheap, cheesy, chemical, chemical element, chromoisomer, clown white, coarse, cold cream, collector, colonnade, column, command post, common, compact, company headquarters, compound, construct, contemptible, copolymer, core, corrupt, cosmetics, counterfeit, cowardly, craven, criminal, crude, crummy, dado, damnable, dark, dastard, dastardly, debased, deficient, degraded, degrading, deplorable, depraved, derive, despicable, determinant, determinative, detestable, die, dimer, dire, dirty, disgraceful, disgusting, dishonorable, disreputable, distance, downtrodden, draw, dreadful, drugstore complexion, dunghill, dunghilly, egregious, element, emitter, enormous, establish, etiology, evil, evil-minded, execrable, eye shadow, eyebrow pencil, factor, fake, fetid, filamentary transistor, filthy, fix, flagitious, flagrant, floor, flooring, fond, foot, footing, footstalk, forbidding, forged, form, foul, found, found on, foundation, foundation cream, fourth-class, frame, framework, fraudulent, fulsome, fundament, fundamental, general headquarters, germanium crystal triode, grave, greasepaint, grievous, gross, ground, ground on, grounds, groundwork, hand cream, hand lotion, hardpan, hateful, headquarters, heavy chemicals, heinous, high polymer, hinge, home, homopolymer, hook-collector transistor, horrible, horrid, humble, humiliating, hydracid, ignoble, ignominious, imperfect, improper, inadequate, incompetent, indecent, infamous, inferior, infra dig, infrastructure, iniquitous, inorganic chemical, install, insufferable, insufficient, invest, ion, irregular, isomer, jack, keel, knavish, lamentable, lascivious, lay the foundation, lewd, line of departure, lip rouge, lipstick, little, loathsome, lousy, low, low-class, low-down, low-grade, low-minded, low-quality, low-test, lowborn, lower strata, lowest level, lowest point, lowly, lumpen, macromolecule, main office, makeup, maladroit, malodorous, mangy, mascara, mean, measly, mediocre, menial, mephitic, metamer, miasmal, miasmic, miserable, molecule, monomer, monstrous, mopboard, mudpack, nadir, nail polish, nasty, naughty, nauseating, nefarious, neutralizer, newel-post, noisome, nonacid, not comparable, not in it, notorious, noxious, objectionable, obnoxious, obscene, occasion, odious, offensive, organic chemical, ornery, out of it, outrageous, oxyacid, paint, paltry, pavement, peccant, pedestal, pedicel, peduncle, perspective, petty, pier, pilaster, pile, piling, pillar, pinchbeck, pitch, pitiable, pitiful, place, plant, plebeian, plinth, point of departure, point-contact transistor, poky, pole, poltroon, poltroonish, polymer, poor, pornographic, port of embarkation, position, post, powder, powder puff, predicate, principle, profane, prop, pseudoisomer, puff, punk, pusillanimous, put in, put up, queen-post, radical, rank, rascally, reagent, rebarbative, recreant, regrettable, repellent, reprehensible, reprobate, reptilian, repugnant, repulsive, rest, revolting, ribald, riprap, rock bottom, roguish, root, rotten, rouge, rubbishy, rude, rudiment, sad, scabby, scampish, scandalous, schlock, scoundrelly, scrubby, scruffy, scummy, scurrilous, scurvy, seat, seating, second-best, second-class, secure, seedy, selfish, servile, set, set on, set up, shabby, shaft, shameful, shocking, shoddy, shoemold, sickening, sill, sinful, slavish, sleazy, small, socle, sole, solid ground, solid rock, sordid, sorry, spacistor, spurious, squalid, staff, stalk, stanchion, stand, standard, standing, start, starting gate, starting place, starting point, starting post, station, status, stay, stem, stereobate, stimulus, stinking, stylobate, subbase, submissive, subservient, substratum, substruction, substructure, sulfacid, support, surbase, tacky, takeoff, talcum, talcum powder, tatty, terra firma, terrible, tetrode transistor, theme, third-class, third-rate, tinny, toe, too bad, transistor, trashy, trimer, trivial, trunk, ugly, unclean, underbuilding, undercarriage, undergird, undergirding, underlie, underlying level, underpinning, understruction, understructure, undignified, unforgivable, unipolar transistor, unmentionable, unpardonable, unseemly, unskillful, unspeakable, unwashed, unworthy, upright, vanishing cream, vanity case, venue, vest, vicious, viewpoint, vile, villainous, vulgar, wainscot, war paint, warrant, wicked, woeful, worst, worthless, wretched, wrong

ROGET THESAURUS

base

Badness

N badness, hurtfulness, virulence, evil doer, bane, plague spot, evil star, ill wind, hoodoo, Jonah, snake in the grass, skeleton in the closet, amari aliquid, thorn in the side, malignity, malevolence, tender mercies, ill-treatment, annoyance, molestation, abuse, oppression, persecution, outrage, misusage, injury, knockout drops, badness, peccancy, abomination, painfulness, pestilence, guilt, depravity, hurtful, harmful, scathful, baneful, baleful, injurious, deleterious, detrimental, noxious, pernicious, mischievous, full of mischief, mischief-making, malefic, malignant, nocuous, noisome, prejudicial, disserviceable, disadvantageous, wide-wasting, unlucky, sinister, obnoxious, untoward, disastrous, oppressive, burdensome, onerous, malign, corrupting &c (corrupt), virulent, venomous, envenomed, corrosive, poisonous, deadly, destructive, inauspicious, bad, ill, arrant, as bad as bad can be, dreadful, horrid, horrible, dire, rank, peccant, foul, fulsome, rotten, rotten at the core, vile, base, villainous, mean, injured, deteriorated, unsatisfactory, exceptionable indifferent, below par, illcontrived, ill-conditioned, wretched, sad, grievous, deplorable, lamentable, pitiful, pitiable, woeful, evil, wrong, depraved, shocking, reprehensible, hateful, hateful as a toad, abominable, detestable, execrable, cursed, accursed, confounded, damned, damnable, infernal, diabolic, unadvisable, unprofitable, incompetent, irremediable, badly, wrong, ill, to one's cost, where the shoe pinches, bad is the best: the worst come to the worst, herba mala presto cresco, wrongs unredressed or insults unavenged.

Number

N number, symbol, numeral, figure, cipher, digit, integer, counter, round number, formula, function, series, sum, difference, complement, subtrahend, product, multiplicand, multiplier, multiplicator, coefficient, multiple, dividend, divisor, factor, quotient, submultiple, fraction, rational number, surd, irrational number, transcendental number, mixed number, complex number, complex conjugate, numerator, denominator, decimal, circulating decimal, repetend, common measure, aliquot part, prime number, prime, relative prime, prime factor, prime pair, reciprocal, totient, binary number, octal number, hexadecimal number, permutation, combination, variation, election, ratio, proportion, comparison, progression, arithmetical progression, geometrical progression, harmonical progression, percentage, permilage, figurate numbers, pyramidal numbers, polygonal numbers, power, root, exponent, index, logarithm, antilogarithm, modulus, base, differential, integral, fluxion, fluent, numeral, complementary, divisible, aliquot, reciprocal, prime, relatively prime, fractional, decimal, figurate, incommensurable, proportional, exponential, logarithmic, logometric, differential, fluxional, integral, totitive, positive, negative, rational, irrational, surd, radical, real, complex, imaginary, finite, infinite, impossible, numerically, modulo.

Cowardice

N cowardice, pusillanimity, cowardliness, timidity, effeminacy, poltroonery, baseness, dastardness, dastardy, abject fear, funk, Dutch courage, fear, white feather, faint heart, cold feet, yellow streak, coward, poltroon, dastard, sneak, recreant, shy cock, dunghill cock, coistril, milksop, white liver, lily liver, nidget, one that cannot say 'boo' to a goose, slink, Bob Acres, Jerry Sneak, alarmist, terrorist, pessimist, runagate, coward, cowardly, fearful, shy, timid, timorous, skittish, poor- spirited, spiritless, soft, effeminate, weak-minded, infirm of purpose, weak-hearted, fainthearted, chickenhearted, henhearted, lilyhearted, pigeon-hearted, white- livered, lily-livered, milk-livered, milksop, smock-faced, unable to say 'boo' to a goose, dastard, dastardly, base, craven, sneaking, dunghill, recreant, unwarlike, unsoldier-like, in face a lion but in heart a deer, unmanned, frightened, Int, sauve qui peut!, every man for himself!, devil take the hindmost!, ante tubam trepidat, one's courage oozing out, degeneres animos timor arguit.

Base

N base, basement, plinth, dado, wainscot, baseboard, mopboard, bedrock, hardpan, foundation, substructure, substratum, ground, earth, pavement, floor, paving, flag, carped, ground floor, deck, footing, ground work, basis, hold, bilge, bottom, nadir, foot, sole, toe, hoof, keel, root, centerboard, bottom, undermost, nethermost, fundamental, founded on, based on, grounded on, built on.

Support

N support, ground, foundation, base, basis, terra firma, bearing, fulcrum, bait, caudex crib, point d'appui, pou sto, purchase footing, hold, locus standi, landing place, landing stage, stage, platform, block, rest, resting place, groundwork, substratum, riprap, sustentation, subvention, floor, supporter, aid, prop, stand, anvil, fulciment, cue rest, jigger, monkey, stay, shore, skid, rib, truss, bandage, sleeper, stirrup, stilts, shoe, sole, heel, splint, lap, bar, rod, boom, sprit, outrigger, ratlings, staff, stick, crutch, alpenstock, baton, staddle, bourdon, cowlstaff, lathi, mahlstick, post, pillar, shaft, thill, column, pilaster, pediment, pedicle, pedestal, plinth, shank, leg, socle, zocle, buttress, jamb, mullion, abutment, baluster, banister, stanchion, balustrade, headstone, upright, door post, jamb, door jamb, frame, framework, scaffold, skeleton, beam, rafter, girder, lintel, joist, travis, trave, corner stone, summer, transom, rung, round, step, sill, angle rafter, hip rafter, cantilever, modillion, crown post, king post, vertebra, columella, backbone, keystone, axle, axletree, axis, arch, mainstay, trunnion, pivot, rowlock, peg, tiebeam, thole pin, board, ledge, shelf, hob, bracket, trevet, trivet, arbor, rack, mantel, mantle piece, mantleshelf, slab, console, counter, dresser, flange, corbel, table, trestle, shoulder, perch, horse, easel, desk, clotheshorse, hatrack, retable, teapoy, seat, throne, dais, divan, musnud, chair, bench, form, stool, sofa, settee, stall, arm chair, easy chair, elbow chair, rocking chair, couch, fauteuil, woolsack, ottoman, settle, squab, bench, aparejo, faldstool, horn, long chair, long sleeve chair, morris chair, lamba chauki, lamba kursi, saddle, pannel, pillion, side saddle, pack saddle, pommel, bed, berth, pallet, tester, crib, cot, hammock, shakedown, trucklebed, cradle, litter, stretcher, bedstead, four poster, French bed, bunk, kip, palang, bedding, bichhona, mattress, paillasse, pillow, bolster, mat, rug, cushion, footstool, hassock, tabouret, tripod, monopod, Atlas, Persides, Atlantes, Caryatides, Hercules, supporting, supported, fundamental, dorsigerous, astride on, straddle.

VB be supported, lie on, sit on, recline on, lean on, loll on, rest on, stand on, step on, repose on, abut on, bear on, be based on, have at one's back, bestride, bestraddle, support, bear, carry, hold, sustain, shoulder, hold up, back up, bolster up, shore up, uphold, upbear, prop, under prop, under pin, under set, riprap, bandage, give support, furnish support, afford support, supply support, lend support, give foundations, furnish foundations, afford foundations, supply foundations, lend foundations, bottom, found, base, ground, imbed, embed, maintain, keep on foot, aid.

Commonalty

N commonality, commonalty, democracy, obscurity, low condition, low life, low society, low company, bourgeoisie, mass of the people, mass of society, Brown Jones and Robinson, lower classes, humbler classes, humbler orders, vulgar herd, common herd, rank and file, hoc genus omne, the many, the general, the crowd, the people, the populace, the multitude, the million, the masses, the mobility, the peasantry, king Mob, proletariat, fruges consumere nati, demos, hoi polloi, great unwashed, man in the street, mob, rabble, rabble rout, chaff, rout, horde, canaille, scum of the people, residuum of the people, dregs of the people, dregs of society, swinish multitude, foex populi, trash, profanum vulgus, ignobile vulgus, vermin, riffraff, ragtag and bobtail, small fry, commoner, one of the people, democrat, plebeian, republican, proletary, proletaire, roturier, Mr, Snooks, bourgeois, epicier, Philistine, cockney, grisette, demimonde, peasant, countryman, boor, carle, churl, villain, villein, terrae filius, son of the land, serf, kern, tyke, tike, chuff, ryot, fellah, longshoreman, swain, clown, hind, clod, clodhopper, hobnail, yokel, bog-trotter, bumpkin, plowman, plowboy, rustic, hayseed, lunkhead, chaw-bacon, tiller of the soil, hewers of wood and drawers of water, groundling, gaffer, loon, put, cub, Tony Lumpkin, looby, rube, lout, underling, gamin, rough, pot- wallopper, slubberdegullion, vulgar fellow, low fellow, cad, curmudgeon, upstart, parvenu, skipjack, nobody, nobody one knows, hesterni quirites, pessoribus orti, bourgeois gentilhomme, novus homo, snob, gent, mushroom, no one knows who, adventurer, man of straw, beggar, gaberlunzie, muckworm, mudlark, sans culotte, raff, tatterdemalion, caitiff, ragamuffin, Pariah, outcast of society, tramp, vagabond, bezonian, panhandler, sundowner, chiffonnier, Cinderella, cinderwench, scrub, jade, gossoon, Goth, Vandal, Hottentot, Zulu, savage, barbarian, Yahoo, unlicked cub, rough diamond, barbarousness, barbarism, boeotia, ignoble, common, mean, low, base, vile, sorry, scrubby, beggarly, below par, no great shakes, homely, homespun, vulgar, low-minded, snobbish, plebeian, proletarian, of low parentage, of low origin, of low extraction, of mean parentage, of mean origin, of mean extraction, lowborn, baseborn, earthborn, mushroom, dunghill, risen from the ranks, unknown to fame, obscure, untitled, rustic, uncivilized, loutish, boorish, clownish, churlish, brutish, raffish, rude, unlicked, barbarous, barbarian, barbaric, barbaresque, cockney, born within sound of Bow bells, underling, menial, subaltern, below the salt, dummodo sit dives barbarus ipse placet.

Servility

N servility, slavery, obsequiousness, subserviency, abasement, prostration, prosternation, genuflection, fawning, tuft- hunting, timeserving, flunkeyism, sycophancy, humility, sycophant, parasite, toad, toady, toad-eater, tufthunter, snob, flunky, flunkey, yes-man, lapdog, spaniel, lickspittle, smell-feast, Graeculus esuriens, hanger on, cavaliere servente, led captain, carpet knight, timeserver, fortune hunter, Vicar of Bray, Sir- Pertinax, Max Sycophant, pickthank, flatterer, doer of dirty work, ame damnee, tool, reptile, slave, courtier, beat, dead beat, doughface, heeler, homme de cour, sponger, sucker, tagtail, truckler, servile, obsequious, supple, supple as a glove, soapy, oily, pliant, cringing, abased, dough-faced, fawning, slavish, groveling, sniveling, mealy-mouthed, beggarly, sycophantic, parasitical, abject, prostrate, down on ones marrowbones, base, mean, sneaking, crouching, hat in hand, cap in hand.

Improbity

N improbity, dishonesty, dishonor, deviation from rectitude, disgrace, fraud, lying, bad faith, Punic faith, mala fides, Punica fides, infidelity, faithlessness, Judas kiss, betrayal, breach of promise, breach of trust, breach of faith, prodition, disloyalty, treason, high treason, apostasy, nonobservance, shabbiness, villainy, villany, baseness, abjection, debasement, turpitude, moral turpitude, laxity, trimming, shuffling, perfidy, perfidiousness, treachery, double dealing, unfairness, knavery, roguery, rascality, foul play, jobbing, jobbery, graft, bribery, venality, nepotism, corruption, job, shuffle, fishy transaction, barratry, sharp practice, heads I win tails you lose, mouth honor, dishonest, dishonorable, unconscientious, unscrupulous, fraudulent, knavish, disgraceful, wicked, false-hearted, disingenuous, unfair, one-sided, double, double- hearted, double-tongued, double-faced, timeserving, crooked, tortuous, insidious, Machiavelian, dark, slippery, fishy, perfidious, treacherous, perjured, infamous, arrant, foul, base, vile, ignominious, blackguard, contemptible, unrespectable, abject, mean, shabby, little, paltry, dirty, scurvy, scabby, sneaking, groveling, scrubby, rascally, pettifogging, beneath one, low-minded, low-thoughted, base-minded, undignified, indign, unbecoming, unbeseeming, unbefitting, derogatory, degrading, infra dignitatem, beneath one's dignity, ungentlemanly, ungentlemanlike, unknightly, unchivalric, unmanly, unhandsome, recreant, inglorious, corrupt, venal, debased, mongrel, faithless, of bad faith, false, unfaithful, disloyal, untrustworthy, trustless, trothless, lost to shame, dead to honor, barratrous, dishonestly, mala fide, like a thief in the night, by crooked paths, Int, O tempora!, O mores!, corruptissima respublica plurimae leges.

Vice

N vice, evil-doing, evil courses, wrongdoing, wickedness, viciousness, iniquity, peccability, demerit, sin, Adam, old Adam, offending Adam, immorality, impropriety, indecorum, scandal, laxity, looseness of morals, enphagy, dophagy, exophagy, want of principle, want of ballast, obliquity, backsliding, infamy, demoralization, pravity, depravity, pollution, hardness of heart, brutality, corruption, knavery, profligacy, flagrancy, atrocity, cannibalism, lesbianism, Sadism, infirmity, weakness, weakness of the flesh, frailty, imperfection, error, weak side, foible, failing, failure, crying sin, besetting sin, defect, deficiency, cloven foot, lowest dregs of vice, sink of iniquity, Alsatian den, gusto picaresco, fault, crime, criminality, sinner, brothel, gambling house, joint, opium den, shooting gallery, crack house, vicious, sinful, sinning, wicked, iniquitous, immoral, unrighteous, wrong, criminal, naughty, incorrect, unduteous, undutiful, unprincipled, lawless, disorderly, contra bonos mores, indecorous, unseemly, improper, dissolute, profligate, scampish, unworthy, worthless, desertless, disgraceful, recreant, reprehensible, blameworthy, uncommendable, discreditable, disreputable, Sadistic, base, sinister, scurvy, foul, gross, vile, black, grave, facinorous, felonious, nefarious, shameful, scandalous, infamous, villainous, of a deep dye, heinous, flagrant, flagitious, atrocious, incarnate, accursed, Mephistophelian, satanic, diabolic, hellish, infernal, stygian, fiendlike, hell-born, demoniacal, devilish, fiendish, miscreated, misbegotten, demoralized, corrupt, depraved, evil-minded, evil-disposed, ill-conditioned, malevolent, heartless, graceless, shameless, virtueless, abandoned, lost to virtue, unconscionable, sunk in iniquity, lost in iniquity, steeped in iniquity, incorrigible, irreclaimable, obdurate, reprobate, past praying for, culpable, reprehensible, unjustifiable, indefensible, inexcusable, inexpiable, unpardonable, irremissible, weak, frail, lax, infirm, imperfect, indiscrete, demoralizing, degrading, wrong, sinfully, without excuse, Int, O tempora!, O mores!, alitur vitium vivitque tegendo, genus est mortis male vivere, mala mens malus animus, nemo repente fuit turpissimus, the trail of the serpent is over them all, to sanction vice and hunt decorum down.


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