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synonyms for nastiness
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How to use nastiness in a sentence
As you scan your feed, you take in other little microbursts of nastiness.
When Carpenter noted that Brauer's hateful words should lose him some followers, he kept the nastiness coming.Fringe Factor: Bill Nye the Science Guy Does Not Understand Science | Caitlin Dickson | September 22, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Here is real, unmistakable nastiness of a fetid, furtive kind, whispered in corners after a cautious glance over the shoulder.
Peter Beinart on the remarkable amount of idiocy and nastiness stuffed into 140 characters.Rupert Murdoch’s Tweet About the ‘Jewish Owned Press’ Is Dumb and Offensive | Peter Beinart | November 18, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
It is “suspended from the nastiness of life and the meanness of the dead.”How Toni Morrison’s ‘Beloved’ Is Taught in Schools | Anna Clark | October 4, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
There was, however, so much nastiness of the kind going, that his little effort made no great difference.Phineas Finn | Anthony Trollope
But Gordon wasn't too surprised when his relief showed up two hours late; he'd half-expected some such nastiness from Trench.Police Your Planet | Lester del Rey
Some can swim, and some cannot; those that cannot are standing in the slime near the side, stirring up its nastiness.London's Underworld | Thomas Holmes
What girl would look at a man who likes such nastiness—let alone drink or sleep with him?The Works of Lucian of Samosata, v. 4 | Lucian of Samosata
There's something revolting in the idea that it's necessary a young girl should be instructed in that sort of nastiness.Vandover and the Brute | Frank Norris
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