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  • s  born out of wedlock
  • s  of no value or worth
    I was caught in the bastardly traffic

  • The only thing that troubles the towhead Wart (Arthur-to-be) is the commonly accepted notion that he is a bastardly blot on the escutcheon of a country squire named Sir Ector .
Quotes

  • John Dingell in Bloomberg
    We're letting a bunch of bastardly importers or exporters abroad send in this appalling kind of crap that's killing our people, and we're not checking it or correcting it or addressing it at all,Dingell said in an interview.
  • Joe Orton in New Yorker
    On January 24, when the status of the ferocious terrorist will be reviewed, the people of the capital will march with all their exemplary revolutionary discipline and unity in front of the interests Section of the fraudulent and bastardly... Fidel Castro http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fidel_Castro&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGBxUkJA7F4HcHHDZlU1dXfkx-7kg Malaysia Star http://www.google.com/url?q=http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp%3Ffile%3D/2006/1/23/worldupdates/2006-01-23T083909Z_01_NOOTR_RTRJONC_0_-233229-1%26sec%3DWorldupdates&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEKh4N0TvmCzo-LyfOpW5aANGV2UA Jan 22, 2006 8480 11990 bastardy As I understood it," Orton wrote, "farce originally was very close to tragedy, and differed only in the treatment of its themes-themes like rape, bastardy, prostitution."

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