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synonyms for scurvy

  • disgraceful
  • egregious
  • hateful
  • heinous
  • ignominious
  • monstrous
  • notorious
  • outrageous
  • scandalous
  • shocking
  • vicious
  • vile
  • abominable
  • atrocious
  • base
  • caitiff
  • contemptible
  • corrupt
  • degenerate
  • despicable
  • detestable
  • dishonorable
  • disreputable
  • evil
  • flagitious
  • foul
  • ill-famed
  • iniquitous
  • loathsome
  • miscreant
  • nefarious
  • odious
  • offensive
  • opprobrious
  • perverse
  • questionable
  • rotten
  • shady
  • sorry
  • unhealthy
  • villainous
  • wicked
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antonyms for scurvy

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  • friendly
  • gentle
  • good
  • kind
  • little
  • magnificent
  • nice
  • pleasant
  • wonderful
  • dignified
  • glorious
  • innocent
  • moral
  • perfect
  • principled
  • pure
  • respectable
  • righteous
  • virtuous
  • nice
  • hopeful
  • good
  • heartened
  • happy
  • glad
  • joyful
  • cheerful
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      How to use scurvy in a sentence

      As any 18th century sailor will tell you, scurvy is no joke.
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      After three of her expedition partners had left the island in an attempt to reach Siberia, she was left to care for the last member of their group, who was sick with scurvy.
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      It struck him that the indigenous inhabitants of the Arctic didn’t suffer from scurvy despite having no access to fresh fruit or other known scurvy-fighting foods.
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      For all who were able to stomach them, penguin and seal steaks reversed the effects of scurvy.
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      Knight — already suffering from scurvy — and Crawford attempted to cross the ice via sled to seek help, but had to turn back.
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      You have had the impudence to have your bread baked under the ashes, you scurvy beggar!
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      Such as were sick of the scurvy or other diseases have not wanted physick or chyrurgery.
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      It was far more likely that she would reserve her scurvy tricks for some one else.
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      We were able to send the sufferers from scurvy to range the woods.
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      The sailors complained of it, and symptoms of scurvy appeared on board.
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      WORDS RELATED TO SCURVY

      • abject
      • base
      • beggarly
      • contemptible
      • despicable
      • dirty
      • dishonest
      • mean
      • pitiable
      • scurvy
      • shabby
      • sordid
      • sorry
      • tawdry
      • vile
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