debased

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEBASED

It is strange to what extent the pass often debased the judiciary.

These are the signs of a debased, mistaken, and false school of painting.

Which there are some that are that debased they even thrives on wood alcohol, Dave.

Nothing is more prejudicial to health than adulterated liquors, or liquors that are debased by any corrupting vegetable substance.

Of course it is easy to say that it is extravagant, overloaded and debased; and so it may be.

Even the memory of his grand passion was now corrupted, sullied, debased.

His eyes were hateful as a rattlesnake's; lecherous eyes, debased.

In the debased form we know it there is little encouragement.

She felt so debased, that she durst not ask for strength where she was wont to find it.

It is the wants of the ignorant and debased that suggests theft.

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