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4. unimposing, shabby, scruffy, seedy, broken-down, run-down, worn-down; poor, squalid, mangy, wretched, sorry, abject, miserable; dismal, abysmal, dreary, Literary, drear.
5. small-minded, narrow-minded, selfish; meanspir-ited, petty, ungenerous, unaccommodating, unforgiving; ignoble, base, low, low-down, dishonorable, disreputable, discreditable, disgraceful, shabby, shameful, scandalous, opprobrious; corrupt, depraved, perverted, debased, miscreant; vile, sordid, bad, foul, rotten, nasty, ugly, black; scurvy, contemptible, despicable, execrable, abominable; cruel, brutal, brutish, inhuman, bestial, beastly; terrible, awful, Inf. godawful, horrible, horrendous, horrid; nefarious, heinous, infamous, atrocious, flagitious, villainous, criminal, hateful, odious; wicked, evil, iniquitous, sinful, Archaic, facinorous, peccant; black-hearted, malevolent, sinister, diabolic, diabolical, satanic, evil-minded; malicious, vicious, spiteful, invidious, maleficent; dishonest, unscrupulous, crooked, obliquitous, fraudulent, tricky, deceitful, insidious; rascally, scoundrelly, knavish, thievish, roguish; untrustworthy, disloyal, false, unfaithful, perfidious, traitorous, treacherous, reptilian.
6. stingy, niggardly, miserly, parsimonious, carking, skinflinty; penurious, tight, tight-fisted, closefisted; cheap, Rare, illiberal, penny-pinching, grudging, begrudging, stinting.
7. scanty, meager, skimpy, scrimpy, scant; meanly small, beggarly, paltry, poor, piddling, Inf. measly, mere; slight, slender, narrow, puny, very little; insufficient, inadequate, short, shy; insubstantial, nominal, minute, negligible.
8. offensive, disagreeable, unpleasant, rude, obnoxious; currish, snarling, nasty, curmudgeonly, churlish, irascible; cross, surly, ill-natured, bad-tempered, sour; crabbed, grouchy, grumpy, cantankerous, cranky, crotchety.
9. Slang, skillful, impressive, very good, great, excellent.

mean3, n. 1. Usu.

means agency, factor, medium, vehicle; method, mode, manner, way, course, route, road, alternative, option; process, measures, actions, procedures; instrument, device, contrivance, appliance, convenience, machine, apparatus; aid, auxiliary, expedient, resort, resource, reserve.
2. means a. resources, capital, finances, income, revenue, profit, gain, lucre, SI. velvet; wherewithal, funds, money, cash, ready cash, U.S. bankroll, cold or hard cash, Inf. pocket; paper money, bills, greenbacks, dollars, SI. wad; SI. dough, U.S. SI. bucks, SI. shekels, SI. bread,
b. substance, wealth, capital, riches, Disparaging, pelf; mammon, affluence, opulence, fortune, millions, billions; possessions, property, estate.
3. median, midpoint, middle or middle point, center or center point; medium, middle state, average, norm, normal; golden mean, happy medium, middle road or way, compromise, moderation, moderateness; mediocrity.
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by all means a. at any cost, no matter what, without fail,
b. certainly, of course, surely, definitely, absolutely, positively.
5. by no means
in no way, not at all, Inf. no way.
6. not by any means not in any way, absolutely not, positively not, most definitely not. -adj. 7. middling, average, mediocre, fair-to-middling, so-so, Inf. O.K., Inf. all right, acceptable, passable, tolerable; Inf. nothing great, no great shakes, Inf. no big deal, Inf. nothing to write home about, Inf. nothing to get excited or worked up about.

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Dont burn bridges

By that I mean maintain your relationships with people even if you think you are never going to see them again. For example, if you are quitting your job, dont chew out your boss before leaving, You might run into him her again later and life and wish you had never severed ties so harshly. You never know when you might need the help of someone you knew in the past. Plus there is already too much hatred in this world, why add more towards the people you interact with?

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