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Synonyms for bastard

Synonyms for bastard

born to parents who are not married to each other

Synonyms for bastard

the illegitimate offspring of unmarried parents

derogatory term for a variation that is not genuine


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The Bastard in The Troublesome Raigne is irresistibly swayed by the magical power of his Plantagenet blood not to deny his innate nobility.
A Londoner, Bastard played for Upton Park in the east end of London, one of the forerunners of West Ham United.
Give me bastard trenching over the bastardised language of broadcast scripts where medal is a verb as well as a noun, where discoveries are "grim" and murders are brutal - as if they can also be quite gentle.
A point made by Jeremy Paxman, along with John Humphrys, the finest exponent of the lying bastard interview format.
The deep golden color and lush, rounded palate caused Boudinaud to describe the wine as a "Fat Bastard," an affectionate term in Brit speak, no doubt taught to him by his cheeky partner Guy.
Stone has also released an "Oaked" version of their Arrogant Bastard Ale this month, which will only be available in three-liter bottles.
He gets backing from such guests as Redman and Snoop Dogg, as well as Wu-Tang Clan's Ol' Dirty Bastard and Ghostface Killah.
Criticism," Berkeley writes, "clamped in the vice of democratic obliviousness to blood-based class distinctions, has not noticed that Claudius, by virtue of nine times being named a 'villain' or 'villein' is thus intimated to be base, and therefore, being a member of the royal family, a bastard half-brother to Hamlet's father" (213).
Frank, the older brother, goes off to war to escape their father, "an angry, drunken bastard.
ZANY Irish pop band The Bastard Sons of Boris Karloff are preparing to perform what could be the last concert of their lives - in Saddam Hussein's Baghdad
Guaranteed to both shock and entertain, Franco's Bastard draws on Edwards' personal experience of Julian Cayo Evans - the self-styled leader of the Free Wales Army which came to prominence at the time of Prince's Charles' investiture in the Sixties.
The Spanish legal system evidenced more flexibility than the English, where the general rule was born a bastard always a bastard.
Shoppers couldn't believe their eyes when the words Fat Bastard were daubed on a local off-licence.
In March the bastard Punjabi sepoys (soldiers) stopped saluting me.