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Spell check of debased

Correct spelling: debased

Synonyms:
impure, libertine, profligate, vitiated, perverse, black, tampered with, cut, indecent, dissipated, rakish, misdoing, wicked, defiled, reprobate, ill-used, warped, shocking, desecrated, discounted, dissolute, belittled, base, depressed, improper, lessened, decadent, riotous, demoralized, perverted, sunk, weakened, violated, lowered, maltreated, reprehensible, reduced, sank, low, slashed, trimmed, contaminated, damnable, deformed, devalued, sunken, degraded, seduced, despoiled, adulterate, attenuated, fast, corrupted, sadistic, doctored, ill-treated, debauched, blameworthy, undervalued, immoral, decreased, pared, iniquitous, underestimated, loose, villainous, abased, wrongdoing, unwholesome, corrupt, shaved, deflated, sick, depraved, jackleg, lawbreaking, criminal, diminished, unclean, rakehell, scandalous, evildoing, cheapened, felonious, twisted, marked down, distorted, sinful, depreciated, degenerate, misused, bad, abused, obnoxious, devaluated, sinister, adulterated.

Antonyms:
incorruptible, righteous, principled, pure, incorrupt, ethical, moral, uncorrupt, high, virtuous, uncorrupted, good, honest.

Examples of usage:

1) He was not debased in his own eyes by what he had done, and as for praising Katharine, were they not partners, conspirators, people bent upon the same quest together, so that to praise the pursuit of a common end as an act of generosity was meaningless. - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.

2) Even the doctrine of departed spirits returning to visit the scenes and beings which were dear to them during the body's existence, though it has been debased by the absurd superstitions of the vulgar, in itself is awfully solemn and sublime. - "Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists", Washington Irving.

3) That wily Chinaman kept an establishment in the underworld of Limehouse, an opium den of the worst description, frequented by yellow men and white women of the most debased class. - "The Secrets of Potsdam", William Le Queux.

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