Nasty and Vile


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Nasty adjective – Arousing or deserving of one's loathing and disgust.
Usage example: fortunately, the story's nasty characters are balanced by some truly good people

Vile is a synonym for nasty in obscene topic. In some cases you can use "Vile" instead the word "Nasty" as an adjective or an adverb, when it comes to topics like disgusting, like, good, clean. popular alternative
Nearby Word: nastily
Synonyms for Nasty


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Vile adjective – Not conforming to a high moral standard; morally unacceptable.
Usage example: a vile plot to murder their political enemies

Nasty is a synonym for vile in like topic. You can use "Nasty" instead the word "Vile" as an adjective or a noun or an adverb, if it concerns topics such as good, clean, foul, offensive. popular alternative
Nearby Words: vilify, vilely
Synonyms for Vile

Things that words describes

person nasty person vile person
character nasty character vile character
man nasty man vile man
woman nasty woman vile woman
Other nouns: people, creature, type, place, piece, way, example, characters, personality, battle, version, enemy, creatures, examples, villains, monsters.

Both words in one sentence

  • Cosmo was quite a nasty and vile person, Bardot overshadows him easily in terms of cruelty.
  • He is so inherently vile and nasty that even officers are afraid of him.
  • Imagine a female version of Eric Cartman... she's believe it or not far more nasty and vile, to the point halfway through her sole episode she begins running out of insults and has trouble coming up with hurtful things to say.
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