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bad

(Inferior), adjective adultered, base, decaying, degenerative, degraded, deleterious, deplorable, detrimental, dreadful, faulty, foul, fulsome, impure, injurious, malignant, malus, noxious, objectionable, ruined, undesirable, unfit, unsound, unsuitable
Associated concepts: bad bargain, bad check, bad title

bad

(Offensive), adjective abhorrent, abominable, amoral, arrant, atrocious, baleful, baneful, base, corrupt, cruel, debauched, degenerate, degraded, demoralized, deplorable, depraved, derogatory, despicable, destructive, detrimental, diabolic, dire, disastrous, disgraced, disgusting, dishonorable, disreputable, evil, execrable, flagrant, fulsome, heinous, ignoble, immoral, improbus, improper, indecent, infamous, iniquitous, injurious, insidious, loathsome, maleficent, malevolent, malific, malus, miscreant, monstrous, nasty, nefarious, nequam, nocuous, objectionable, obnoxious, odious, offensive, onerous, oppressive, peccant, perfidious, pernicious, reprehensible, repugnant, repulsive, retrogressive, revolting, ruined, ruinous, scandalous, sinful, sinister, treacherous, troublous, turpitudinous, undesirable, unfit, unsuitable, unvirtuous, venal, vicious, vile, villainous, virtueless, wicked
Associated concepts: bad behavior, bad character, bad faith, bad influence, bad motive, bad reputation, bad repute
Foreign phrases: In facto quod se habet ad bonum et malum, magis de bono quam de malo lex intendit.In an act or deed which may be considered as both good and bad, the law directs its attention more to the good than the bad.
See also: culpable, deleterious, delinquent, deplorable, depraved, detrimental, disastrous, disreputable, harmful, heinous, immoral, imperfect, iniquitous, nefarious, noxious, peccable, peccant, perverse, poor, profane, reprehensible, reprobate, wrongful
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Baden analyzes and separates texts he deems composites and chapters that are more concerned with the theoretical underpinnings of the DH.
Lord Baden Powell says that whenever one is feeling downhearted, or having gloomy thoughts, smiling and whistling a cheerful song always helps.
They were later amalgamated to become Baden Powell Primary in 1982 and past pupils include footballer Craig Bellamy.
The insurance payout was for pounds 57,000 after a fire at his shop and Baden then invested pounds 52,000 of the money into a special account.
The power plant is owned by BioTherm Baden GmbH & Co KG, Germany and is operated by Stadtwerke Baden-Baden.
In regions with "frontier conditions" (18) such as in the South German regions of South Baden, the Allgau, Hohenzollern (particulary Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen) and the south-western parts of Upper Bavaria (in other words, "Greater Swabia" or Gross Schwaben), (19) the predominance of stock-raising permitted greater independence of the working class (mainly rural workers), artisans (who were the main supporters of Liberalism and National Socialism), independent farmers and--most important--the rural bourgeoisie.
He was pretty impressive in the King George and we will go out to Baden- Baden for the race he won last year.
Brevetoxins "act like little doorstops," Baden says.
1973; Steidinger 1983; Steidinger and Baden 1984; Steidinger and Ingle 1972; Woodcock 1948).
Baden has created a corner into which one might be forced or might voluntarily retreat, a dead end or a point of departure.
One such success story is the Baden Airport with its associated business and leisure park -- the former Soellingen Canadian air base in the upper Rhine valley, 30 kilometres south of Karlsruhe.
While waiting in fashionable Baden to meet Tanya Shestoff, his fiancee, Grigory Litvinov, the young heir to a declining Russian estate, encounters his former love, the beautiful and covetous Irina.