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Spell check of degraded

Correct spelling: degraded

Synonyms:
in bad taste, dissolute, truehearted, scandalous, vulgar, debased, barbaric, abased, common, disruptive, maltreated, clumsy, undignified, seduced, unrefined, devaluated, jackleg, idiomatic, rakehell, abused, rakish, gross, cheap, inelegant, adulterated, depreciated, dishonored, reprobate, crude, sleazy, slashed, unwholesome, homespun, lush, immoral, flying, gaudy, rough, violated, misused, demoralized, brazen, shameless, brutish, ignominious, philistine, low, debauched, perverted, cheapened, tawdry, unpolished, tumultuous, obscene, defamed, revolting, devalued, coarse, graceless, desecrated, firm, troubled, ignoble, shamed, distorted, crass, outlandish, vitiated, repulsive, profuse, ill-treated, sordid, barnyard, ill-used, exuberant, decadent, rude, maligned, quick, base, prodigal, colloquial, depraved, unbecoming, chintzy, diminished, profligate, belittled, disgraced, offensive, embarrassed, mocked, turbulent, unclean, betting, tasteless, sick, perverse, riotous, ill-bred, garish, pared, salty, luxuriant, loose, rank, cockney, unseemly, warped, raw, dissipated, tactless, deformed, twisted, discounted, deflated, card-playing, boorish, cut, loyal, degenerate, libertine, trimmed, glaring, immobile, extravagant, shaved, lowered, wicked, spendthrift, despoiled, corrupted, adulterate, earthy, indelicate, coarse-grained, fast, reduced, broad, sporting, defiled, animal, marked down, profane.

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

Examples of usage:

1) In the same way we might say that comedy took its structure from tragedy, but that it also has been degraded from the sublime height of tragedy to its present " prose- like" style, as it is called. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

2) In this degraded position! - "Dickens As an Educator", James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes.

3) It is surprising what a degraded creature a man feels when he has not made acquaintance for some hours with soap and water. - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.

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