bastardised bastardised


  • (adj) deriving from more than one source or style


  • Manchester United vs. Chelsea will teach us nothing

    Manchester United and Chelsea are a long way from being as invulnerable as either of those two sides, but they may produce a sort of bastardised version of their best performances.
    on August 26, 2013     Source:


  1. "The concept of leadership has been bastardised in Nigeria," Yar'Adua said in a statement, following a one-day symposium on "A New Leadership Culture" in the capital Abuja.
    on Jul 31, 2008 By: Yar Adua Source: Reuters

  2. Mr Peters said NZ gangs had "fused the LA-style gangster culture of drugs and violence with disenfranchised urban Maori and in doing so have bastardised Maori culture".
    on Jul 20, 2008 By: Winston Peters Source: New Zealand Herald

  3. "Zimbabweans are more respectful of the law than most of the countries that were surveyed by TI, and one tends to wonder why we should continue being bastardised by partisan organisations such as TI," said Chiyangwa, who was ironically the first...
    on Feb 19, 2004 By: Phillip Chiyangwa Source:

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animosity animosity
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