adj.1. affronting, insulting, offensive, off-putting, unbearable, insufferable, intolerable, Brit. Inf. beastly, Archaic, affrontive; fulminatory, objurgatory, objurgative, contumelious; indecent, vulgar, obscene, lewd, licentious; smutty, filthy, dirty, nasty, foul, vile; ribald, scurrilous, thersitical, foul-mouthed.
2. calumnious, calumnitory, aspersive, slurring, maligning, defamatory, denigrating, slanderous, libelous; vituperative, invective, denunciatory, denunciative, disparaging, depreciatory, depreciative, deprecative, deprecatory, deprecating, derogatory, derogative, belittling; derisive, scornful, mocking.
3. cruel, brutal, brutish, ruthless, mean, harsh, rough; injurious, harmful, hurtful, torturous, tormenting, persecutory.
4. corrupt, venal, crooked, Law.malfeasant; misapplied, inappropriate, improper, unauthorized, unjustified, unwarranted, undue; exploitative, exploitatory, taking advantage.
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Tips to success in Driving Test
The DSA are required to make every effort to ensure that all candidates can take the driving test. However, it is important that you discuss your needs with them when booking the test.If you cannot speak English or are deaf you are allowed to bring an interpreter with you who must be at least 16 years of age and cannot be a driving instructor.
If you are disabled you will receive the same test, however, more time will be allocated so that you can explain the nature of your disability and describe any special adaptations fitted to your vehicle.