- n insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous
- n the illegitimate offspring of unmarried parents
- n derogatory term for a variation that is not genuine; something irregular or inferior or of dubious origin
the architecture was a kind of bastard suggesting Gothic but not true Gothic
- s fraudulent; having a misleading appearance
- Her husband will no longer be able to be unfaithful with impunity, nor will he be allowed to take his bastard children into the house as if they were legitimate, or repudiate his .
- Bastard? Slonimsky's sleuthing has also revealed that Liszt's great rival, Austrian Piano Virtuoso Sigismond Thalberg, was not, as he claimed to be, the bastard son of nobility .
- The candidate with the perfect bloodlines comes to office amid charges that his is a bastard presidency, sired not by the voters but by the courts.
- Bernie Ecclestone in Times Online
Hamilton is a young man doing his best and I get upset with people who say he is an arrogant bastard and all this nonsense,Ecclestone told The Times. "Lewis has achieved an awful lot and it would be bloody difficult for any of us to be the...
- Brian Johnson in antiMUSIC.com
When I was a working man I didn't want to go to a concert for some bastard to talk down to me that I should be thinking of some kid in Africa,he said. "I'm sorry mate, do it yourself, spend some of your own money and get it done. It just...
- Matt Bachand in MassLive.com (blog)
We are looking for one crazy bastard with the energy, the drive, and the determination to take this thing to the next level,says Matt Bachand.