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1. vassal

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ent, palpable, express; clear, clear-cut, plain, plain as day, plain as the nose on your face, Fr. en evidence; conspicuous, salient, visible, seeable, recognizable, distinguishable, unmistakable; transparent, exposed, bald, unhidden.
2. understandable, comprehensible, cognizable, apprehensible, ascertainable, intelligible; discernible, perceivable, perceptible. evidently,
adv. apparently, so it looks, as far as one can see, seemingly, so it seems, as far as one can tell; clearly, plainly, visibly, manifestly, obviously, patently, palpably; unquestionably, undeniably, undoubtedly, without a doubt, indubitably, certainly. evil, adj. 1. wicked, sinful, iniquitous, Archaic. facinorous, Obs. scelerous; nefarious, villainous, flagitious, heinous, infamous, Rare, nefast; blackhearted, sinister, arrant, ignoble; bad, base, vile, foul, low, mean, odious, obnoxious; abominable, execrable, horrible, horrid, atrocious, grievous; ghastly, grim, dire, dark, black, dreadful; hideous, grisly, gruesome, unspeakable; damnable, damnatory, accursed, cursed; maleficent, malefic, malevolent, evil-minded; demon ic, demoniac, diabolic, devilish, fiendish, satanic, hellish, infernal; unholy, unrighteous, unblest, unsanctified, unhallowed, unconsecrated.
2. perfidious, treacherous, insidious, traitorous; unscrupulous, unprincipled, crooked, dishonorable; blackguardly, scoundrelly, thievish, knavish; criminal, wrong, reprehensible, felonious, lawless; unregener-ate, unrepentant, impenitent, obdurate, incorrigible; unpardonable, unforgivable; degenerate, corrupt, depraved,
Rare, turpid; immoral, dissolute, profligate, reprobate, abandoned, dissipated; opprobrious, disgraceful, shameful; contemptible, scurvy, abhorrent, loathsome, hateful, detestable, despicable.
3. pernicious, harmful, injurious, nocuous, hurtful, mischievous; detrimental, deleterious, baleful, fell; pestilential, pestiferous, noxious, malicious, menacing, malignant, malign; venomous, virulent, baneful, toxic, mephitic, viperous, poisonous,
Archaic. venenose; destructive, ruinous, damaging.
4. unfortunate, unlucky, unpropitious, unpromising, infelicitous; adverse, inimical, ill, unhappy, woeful; disastrous, calamitous, catastrophic, cataclysmic.
5. irascible, irritable, petulant, cross, testy; ill-natured, ill-tempered, cantankerous, crabby, crabbed, sour, crusty; morose, sulky, surly, churlish, sullen.
-n. 6. wickedness, iniquity, vice, improbity, sin, sinfulness, deviltry, unholiness, ungodliness; nefariousness, flagitiousness, heinousness; vileness, viciousness, badness, baseness, foulness, meanness; opprobrium, ignominy, disgrace, infamy; atrocity, outrage, abomination, enormity; crime, malefaction, wrongdoing, feloniousness, lawlessness; unregeneracy, impenitence, incorrigibility; maleficence, malignancy, malevolence, malignity, rancor, maliciousness; perfidy, treachery, foul play; villainy, knavery, delinquency.
7. depravity, turpitude, degradation, degeneracy, corruption; profligacy, reprobacy, immorality; debauchery, lewdness, lasciviousness, licentiousness, lust; salacity, prurience, wantonness, carnality; unchastity, promiscuity, concupiscence; perversity, bestiality; obscenity, profanity, indecency, ribaldry, vulgarity.
8. harm, mischief, injury, hurt,
Archaic, bale, perniciousness, harmfulness; destruction, damage, ruin; disaster, calamity, catastrophe, debacle, cataclysm; misfortune, affliction, misery, suffering, woe, ill; sorrow, unhappiness, infelicity, adversity; disease, sickness, illness, ailment, malady, disorder, infirmity; infection, contagion, virus.

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