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abject
/ æbdʒekt /

pridev

Množina reči abject je abjects.

Sinonimi:
low · low-down · miserable · scummy · scurvy · resigned · unhopeful

Sinonimi:
contemptible · hopeless · low · low-down · miserable · resigned · scummy · scurvy · submissive · unfortunate · unhopeful

ETYM Latin abjectus, p. p. of abjicere to throw away; ab + jacere to throw. Related to Jet a shooting forth.
1. Most unfortunate or miserable.
2. Of the most contemptible kind; SYN. low, low-down, miserable, scummy, scurvy.
3. Showing humiliation or submissiveness.
4. Showing utter resignation or hopelessness; SYN. resigned, unhopeful.
Humble; miserable; craven.

base
/ beɪs /

pridev

Množina reči base je bases.

Sinonimi:
dishonorable · dishonourable · immoral · unethical · baseborn · humble · lowly · mean · meanspirited · baseborn

Sinonimi:
basal · baseborn · basic · counterfeit · dishonorable · dishonourable · humble · ignoble · illegitimate · imitative · immoral · inferior · lowborn · lowly · mean · meanspirited · unethical · wrong

ETYM Old Eng. bass, French bas, low, from Late Lat. bassus thick, fat, short, humble; cf. Latin Bassus, a proper name, and w. bas shallow. Related to Bass a part in music.
(Homonym: bass).
1. Debased; not genuine.
2. Not adhering to ethical or moral principles; SYN. dishonorable, dishonourable, immoral, unethical.
3. Of low birth or station ('base' is archaic in this sense); SYN. baseborn, humble, lowly.
4. Having or showing a meanspirited lack of honor or morality; SYN. mean, meanspirited.
5. (Used of metals) Consisting of or alloyed with inferior metal.
6. (Archaic) Illegitimate; SYN. baseborn.

cloddy

pridev

Množina reči cloddy je cloddies.

creeping
/ kriːpɪŋ /

pridev

Množina reči creeping je creepings.

Sinonimi:
crawl · crawling · creep

1. Crawling, or moving close to the ground.
2. Growing along, and clinging to, the ground, or to a wall, etc., by means of rootlets or tendrils.

despicable
/ dɪspɪkəbl̩ /

pridev

Množina reči despicable je despicables.

Sinonimi:
ugly · vile · unworthy

Sinonimi:
evil · slimy · ugly · unworthy · vile · worthless · wretched

ETYM Latin despicabilis, from despicari to despise; akin to despicere. Related to Despise.
Morally reprehensible; SYN. ugly, vile, unworthy.

despisable

pridev

Množina reči despisable je despisables.

dirty
/ dɝːti /

pridev

Množina reči dirty je dirties.

Sinonimi:
soiled · unclean · contaminating · sordid · dingy · muddied · muddy · filthy · lousy · ill-gotten · foul · marked-up

Sinonimi:
Augean · awful · bawdy · bedraggled · befouled · begrimed · bespattered · besplashed · black · blasphemous · blue · buggy · cheating · cobwebby · contaminated · contaminating · corrupt · dingy · dirty-faced · dirty-minded · draggled · dust-covered · dusty · faecal · fecal · feculent · filthy · flyblown · foul · foul-mouthed · foul-spoken · fouled · greasy · grimy · grubby · grungy · hostile · ill-gotten · illegal · illegible · impure · indecent · infected · lewd · lousy · maculate · marked-up · mucky · muddied · muddy · nasty · obscene · off-color · oily · pestiferous · profane · ratty · raunchy · ribald · salacious · scabrous · scatological · scummy · septic · smudgy · smutty · snot-nosed · snotty · soiled · sooty · sordid · spattered · splashed · squalid · stormy · travel-soiled · travel-stained · unclean · uncleanly · unfair · unjust · unsporting · unsportsmanlike · unswept · untidy · unwashed

1. Soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime; SYN. soiled, unclean.
2. Spreading pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination; SYN. contaminating.
3. Unethical or dishonest; SYN. sordid.
4. Expressing or revealing hostility or dislike
5. (Of color) Discolored by impurities; not bright and clear; is often used in combination; SYN. dingy, muddied, muddy.
6. Vile; despicable; SYN. filthy, lousy.
7. (Of behavior or especially language) Characterized by obscenity or indecency
8. Obtained illegally or by improper means; SYN. ill-gotten.
9. (Of a manuscript) Defaced with changes; SYN. foul, marked-up.
10. Unpleasantly stormy

ignoble
/ ɪgnoʊbl̩ /

pridev

Množina reči ignoble je ignobles.

Sinonimi:
ungentle · untitled

Sinonimi:
base · contemptible · cowardly · currish · dishonorable · dishonourable · fearful · lowborn · mean · meanspirited · ungentle · untitled

ETYM Latin ignobilis; pref. in- not + nobilis noble: cf. French ignoble. Related to In- not, and Noble.
1. Completely lacking nobility in character or quality or purpose.
2. Not of the nobility; SYN. ungentle, untitled.

ignominious
/ ɪɡnəmɪniəs /

pridev

Množina reči ignominious je ignominiouses.

Sinonimi:
black · disgraceful · dishonorable · dishonourable · inglorious · opprobrious · shameful

ETYM Latin ignominiosus: cf. French ignominieux.
1. Marked with ignominy; in curring public disgrace; dishonorable; shameful.
2. Deserving ignominy; despicable.
3. Humiliating; degrading.

inglorious
/ ɪnɡlɔːriəs /

pridev

Množina reči inglorious je ingloriouses.

Sinonimi:
dishonorable

Sinonimi:
black · disgraceful · dishonorable · dishonourable · ignominious · obscure · opprobrious · shameful · unknown · unsung

ETYM Latin inglorious; pref. in- not + gloria glory, fame: cf. French inglorieux. Related to Glory.
Not bringing honor and glory; SYN. dishonorable.

low
/ loʊ /

pridev

Množina reči low je lows.

Sinonimi:
low-pitched · low-toned

Sinonimi:
abject · alto · baritone · bass · blue · broken · contemptible · contrabass · contralto · crushed · debased · deep · deficient · degraded · dejected · depleted · depressed · devalued · dispirited · double-bass · down · down in the mouth · downcast · downhearted · first · flat-growing · forward · ground-hugging · humble · humbled · humiliated · inferior · insufficient · low-altitude · low-down · low-growing · low-level · low-lying · low-pitched · low-set · low-spirited · low-toned · lowly · lowset · miserable · modest · nether · reduced · rock-bottom · scummy · scurvy · short · small · soft · squat · throaty · under · underslung · unrefined

(Homonym: lo).
1. Being at or having a relatively small elevation or upward extension.
2. Less than normal in degree or intensity or amount.
3. Unrefined in character.
4. Used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency; SYN. low-pitched.
5. Very low in volume; SYN. low-toned.

mean
/ miːn /

pridev

Množina reči mean je means.

Sinonimi:
mingy · miserly · little · small · tight

Sinonimi:
average · awful · base · bastardly · beggarly · contemptible · hateful · ignoble · meanspirited · mingy · miserly · nasty · normal · poor · skilled · stingy · tight · ungenerous

ETYM Old Eng. mene, Old Fren. meiien, French moyen, from Latin medianus that is in the middle, from medius; akin to Eng. mid. Related to Mid.
(Homonym: mien).
1. Used of persons or behavior; characterized by or indicative of lack of generosity; SYN. mingy, miserly, little, small, tight.
2. (Slang) Excellent.

menial
/ miːniəl /

pridev

Množina reči menial je menials.

Sinonimi:
humble · lowly · unskilled

ETYM Old Eng. meneal, from meine, maine, household, Old Fren. maisniée, maisnie, Late Lat. mansionaticum. Related to Mansion, Meine, Meiny.
1. Servile; tiresome and arduous; mean.
2. Belonging to a group of servants; performing domestic duties; serving.

pettiflogging

pridev

Množina reči pettiflogging je pettifloggings.

reprobate
/ reprəbeɪt /

pridev

Množina reči reprobate je reprobates.

Sinonimi:
corrupt · depraved · immoral · perverse · perverted

1. Foreordained to damnation
2. Morally corrupt; depraved
3. Expressing or involving reprobation
4. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a reprobate

rotten
/ rɑːtn̩ /

pridev

Množina reči rotten je rottens.

Sinonimi:
bad · corrupt · crappy · decayed · icky · lousy · putrescent · putrid · rotted · stinking · stinky · tainted · unsound

ETYM Icel. rotinn; akin to Swed. rutten, Dan. radden. Related to Rot.
Having rotted or disintegrated; usually implies foulness.

scurvy
/ skɝːvi /

pridev

Množina reči scurvy je scurvies.

Sinonimi:
abject · contemptible · low · low-down · miserable · scummy

Arousing disgust or scorn; contemptible, despicable

servile
/ sɝːvəl /

pridev

Množina reči servile je serviles.

Sinonimi:
bootlicking · fawning · obsequious · slave · slavelike · slavish · submissive · subservient · sycophantic · toadyish

ETYM Latin servile, from servus a servant or slave: cf. French servile. Related to Serve.
1. Pertaining to or involving slaves.
2. Submissive or fawning in attitude or behavior.
3. Involving slaves.
4. Pertaining to or like a slave; slavish; cringing.

shabby
/ ʃæbi /

pridev

Množina reči shabby je shabbies.

Sinonimi:
dishonorable · dishonourable · moth-eaten · ratty · tatty · worn

Mean and unworthy and despicable

short
/ ʃɔːrt /

pridev

Množina reči short je shorts.

Sinonimi:
shortest · unforbearing · shortsighted · unforesightful

Sinonimi:
abbreviated · breakable · brief · brusk · brusque · chunky · clipped · close · curt · curtal · deficient · discourteous · dumpy · fleeting · forgetful · fugitive · half-length · improvident · inadequate · insufficient · light · little · low · low-set · mindless · momentaneous · momentary · myopic · pint-size · pint-sized · poor · runty · sawed-off · sawn-off · scant · short and sweet · short-dated · short-range · short-run · short-snouted · short-stalked · short-term · shortened · shortish · shortsighted · small · snub · squab · squabby · squat · squatty · stubby · stumpy · telescoped · truncate · truncated · unforesightful · unmindful · unretentive

1. Low in stature; not tall
2. Primarily spatial sense; having little length or lacking in length
3. Most direct; SYN. shortest.
4. (Prosody) Used of syllables that are unaccented or of relatively brief duration.
5. (Phonetics) Of speech sounds (especially vowels) of relatively short duration (as e.g. the English vowel sounds in 'pat', 'pet', 'pit', 'pot', putt').
6. (Of memory) Deficient in retentiveness or range
7. Primarily temporal sense; indicating or being or seeming to be limited in duration
8. (Finance) Not holding securities or commodities that one sells in expectation of a fall in prices
9. Unwilling to endure; SYN. unforbearing.
10. Lacking foresight or scope; SYN. shortsighted, unforesightful.
11. Containing a large amount of shortening; therefore tender and easy to crumble or break into flakes

sordid
/ sɔːrdəd /

pridev

Množina reči sordid je sordids.

Sinonimi:
acquisitive · corrupt · dirty · disreputable · flyblown · seamy · seedy · sleazy · soiled · squalid · unclean

ETYM Latin sordidus, from sordere to be filthy or dirty; probably akin to Eng. swart: cf. French sordide. Related to Swart.
Meanly avaricious and mercenary.

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