crookedness

  • 1Crookedness — Crook ed*ness, n. The condition or quality of being crooked; hence, deformity of body or of mind; deviation from moral rectitude; perverseness. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2crookedness — index criminality, fraud, improbity, indirection (indirect action), irregularity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3crookedness — crooked ► ADJECTIVE 1) bent or twisted out of shape or position. 2) informal dishonest or illegal. 3) Austral./NZ informal annoyed; exasperated. DERIVATIVES crookedly adverb crookedness noun …

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  • 4crookedness — noun see crooked …

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  • 5crookedness — See crookedly. * * * …

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  • 6crookedness — noun The state of being crooked …

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  • 7crookedness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. Lack of smoothness or regularity: asymmetry, inequality, irregularity, jaggedness, roughness, unevenness. See SMOOTH, STRAIGHT. 2. Informal. Departure from what is legally, ethically, and morally correct: corruption …

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  • 8crookedness — n. quality of being curved; dishonesty …

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  • 9crookedness — crook·ed·ness …

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  • 10crookedness — noun 1. a tortuous and twisted shape or position they built a tree house in the tortuosities of its boughs the acrobat performed incredible contortions • Syn: ↑tortuosity, ↑tortuousness, ↑torsion, ↑contortion • Derivationally relate …

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  • 11List of Biblical names — This is a list of names from the Bible, mainly taken from the 19th century public domain resource: : Hitchcock s New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible by Roswell D. Hitchcock, New York: A. J. Johnson, 1874, c1869.Each name is given with its …

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  • 12corruption — I (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Vice] Syn. baseness, depravity, degradation; see crime 1 , evil 1 . 2. [Conduct involving graft] Syn. extortion, bribery, fraud, fraudulence, venality, misrepresentation, dishonesty, profiteering, nepotism, breach of trust,… …

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  • 13καμπυλότητ' — καμπυλότητα , καμπυλότης crookedness fem acc sg καμπυλότητι , καμπυλότης crookedness fem dat sg καμπυλότητε , καμπυλότης crookedness fem nom/voc/acc dual …

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  • 14dishonesty — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. deceit, deception, falsehood, trickery, infidelity, faithlessness, falsity, craft, artifice, duplicity, wiliness, untrustworthiness, insidiousness, cunning, guile, perfidiousness, slyness, perfidy, double dealing,… …

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  • 15irregularity — noun 1) the irregularity of the coastline Syn: asymmetry, nonuniformity, unevenness, crookedness, lopsidedness; jaggedness, raggedness, indentation 2) the irregularity of the surface Syn: roughness, bumpiness, uneve …

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  • 16интенсивность искривления — (ствола скважины как естественный процесс) [http://slovarionline.ru/anglo russkiy slovar neftegazovoy promyishlennosti/] Тематики нефтегазовая промышленность EN degree of crookednesscrookedness …

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  • 17deviousness — noun 1. the quality of being oblique and rambling indirectly • Syn: ↑obliqueness • Derivationally related forms: ↑oblique (for: ↑obliqueness), ↑devious • Hypernyms: ↑ …

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  • 18SIN — In biblical Hebrew there are about 20 different words which denote sin. It may be inferred, therefore, that the ancient Israelites had more concepts expressing various nuances of sin than Western thought and theology. A study of the biblical… …

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  • 19Aglais Milberti — Tortoise Tor toise, n. [OE. tortuce, fr. OF. tortis crooked, fr. L. tortus twisted, crooked, contorted, p. p. of torquere, tortum, to wind; cf. F. tortue tortoise, LL. tortuca, tartuca, Pr. tortesa crookedness, tortis crooked. so called in… …

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  • 20Aglais urticae — Tortoise Tor toise, n. [OE. tortuce, fr. OF. tortis crooked, fr. L. tortus twisted, crooked, contorted, p. p. of torquere, tortum, to wind; cf. F. tortue tortoise, LL. tortuca, tartuca, Pr. tortesa crookedness, tortis crooked. so called in… …

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