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synonyms for bastardize

  • adulterate
  • bestialize
  • brutalize
  • corrupt
  • debauch
  • degrade
  • demoralize
  • deprave
  • pervert
  • vitiate
  • warp
  • declare illegitimate
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antonyms for bastardize

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  • clean
  • cleanse
  • improve
  • moralize
  • purify
  • straighten
  • upgrade
  • appreciate
  • praise
  • value
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How to use bastardize in a sentence

To bastardize the bands Pablo Cruise or Yes, love will always find a way.
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Rather than getting yeast to pump out insulin, for example, the cell could produce a bastardized, non-working version, or just die off.
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A bastardized version of the memory, generated by the network itself based on past experiences, was sufficient to give the algorithm a hefty memory boost.
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WORDS RELATED TO BASTARDIZE

  • bastardize
  • bestialize
  • brutalize
  • debase
  • debauch
  • degrade
  • dehumanize
  • demoralize
  • deprave
  • stain
  • vitiate
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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