Good and Perverse


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Good adjective – Based on sound reasoning or information.
Perverse is an antonym for good.
Nearby Words: goodness, goodly, goody
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Perverse adjective – Having or showing lowered moral character or standards.
Usage example: social conservatives who believe that Hollywood is a perverse world that exerts an unhealthy influence on the young

Good is an antonym for perverse.
Nearby Words: pervert, perverted, perversion, perversity, perversive
Antonyms for Perverse
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sense good sense perverse sense
effect good effect perverse effect
reasons good reasons perverse reasons
intentions good intentions perverse intentions

Both words in one sentence

  • Perverse Puppet Subverted in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, where the puppet we are led to believe is a Perverse Puppet actually turns out to be a (still rather creepy) good guy.
  • It doesn't help that their captors take perverse glee in humiliating them, and they are presented as perfectly good people.
  • Arrested for Heroism Society can act like a perverse parent, punishing the investigator for doing good.
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Perverse and Good. (2016). Retrieved 2019, December 07, from
Good & Perverse. N.p., 2016. Web. 07 Dec. 2019. <>.
Perverse or Good. 2016. Accessed December 07, 2019.

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