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Synonyms Dictionary

in shape; stout, staunch, stalwart, firm, sturdy, tough.
3. powerful, potent, mighty, forceful, forcible, irresistible, emphatic, aggressive; spirited, mettlesome, steadfast, resolute, doughty, plucky,
Inf. spunky; eager, enthusiastic, ebullient, keen, SI. psyched; zealous, ardent, fervid, fervent, vehement, impassioned, burning, intense.
4. effective, valid, biting, pointed, to the point; incisive, telling, cogent; graphic, vivid, striking, pithy, meaty.

vigorously, adv. 1. energetically, dynamically, with might and main, hammer and tongs, with a vengeance, like a trooper, Inf. to beat the band, SI. up a storm; strenuously, actively, trenchantly; quickly, briskly, spryly, sprightly, sprightfully, Inf. zippily, Inf. peppily, SI. like mad, SI. like crazy; vivaciously, glowingly, spankingly, zingily, boldly, sharply.
2. robustly, heartily, hardily, lustily; soundly, healthily; stoutly, staunchly, stanchly, stalwartly, firmly, sturdily, toughly.
3. powerfully, potently, mightily, forcefully, foi-cibly, irresistibly, emphatically, aggressively; spiritedly, steadfastly, resolutely, doughtily, pluckily,
Inf. spunkily; eagerly, enthusiastically, keenly; zealously, ardently, fervidly, fervently, vehemently, intensely.
4. effectively, validly, bitingly, pointedly; incisively, tellingly, cogently; graphically, vividly, strikingly, pithily, meatily.

vile, adj. 1. base, low, mean, sordid, bad; execrable, abominable, horrible, horrid, gruesome, monstrous, atrocious; dreadful, terrible, dire, grim, dark, black, baleful; accursed, cursed, damnable, damned; demonic, demoniac, diabolic, devilish, satanic, fiendish, hellish.
2. offensive, unpleasant, objectionable, obnoxious, disagreeable; abhorrent, loathsome, odious, hateful, detestable, despicable; contemptible, scurvy, insufferable; opprobrious, reproachful, blameworthy, contemptuous.
3. repulsive, repellent, revolting, repugnant, nauseous, nauseating; foul-smelling, rank, stinking, smelling, reeking,
Rare, nidorous; fetid, feculent, graveo-lent, noisome, mephitic, malodorous; disgusting, distasteful, sickening, noxious, fulsome; musty, fusty, moldy; rotten, rancid, tainted, putrescent, putrid, putrefactive; slimy, grimy, excrementitious, fecal, Physiol, stercoraceous.
4. depraved, debased, wicked, evil, iniquitous, sinful; debauched, degenerate, immoral, dissolute, dissipated, abandoned, profligate, reprobate; corrupt, black-hearted, ignoble, sinister, evil-minded; nefarious, flagitious, villainous, heinous,
Rare, nefast.
5. obscene, coarse, vulgar, crude; profane, maledictory, blasphemous; smutty, foulmouthed, scatalogical, filthy, dirty, pornographic, Fescennine; bawdy, ribald, off-color, suggestive, unseemly, indelicate, indecorous; lascivious, lecherous, lewd, licentious,
Archaic. lickerish, lubricous, lustful.
6. poor, wretched, sorry, abject, squalid, destitute; miserable, dismal, abysmal, dreary,
Literary, drear; beggarly, shabby, scrubby, seedy, sleazy, abased.
7. menial, lowly, servile, slavish, subservient; groveling, sniveling, cowering, cringing.
8. paltry, trivial, trifling, petty, slight, little, feeble; insignificant, inconsiderable, inappreciable, nugatory, worthless, trumpery; meager, scanty, measly, piddling, niggling, scrimpy, skimpy; niggardly, miserly, cheap, catchpenny.

vileness, n. 1. baseness, meanness, viciousness, lowness, badness; sordidness, ignobility, foulness, sinisterness, darkness, black-heartedness; balefulness, dreadfulness, direness, direfulness, grimness; wickedness, iniquity, nefariousness, flagitiousness, heinousness; sinfulness, ungodliness, profanity, blasphemy; abomination, outrage, enormity, atrocity; criminality, feloniousness, lawlessness; perfidy, treachery, recreancy; villainy, knavery, roguery, rascality.

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