perverted (part of speech: verb)
depressed (part of speech: verb)
underestimated (part of speech: adjective)
wicked (part of speech: adjective)
blameworthy, corrupt, reprehensible, evildoing, degenerate, immoral, base, indecent, iniquitous, shocking, wrongdoing, lawbreaking, damnable, scandalous, misdoing, felonious, villainous, criminal, obnoxious, sadistic, sinful, sinister, wicked, perverse, bad, improper, black
contaminated (part of speech: verb)
misused (part of speech: adjective)
cheapened (part of speech: verb)
- Mrs. Cliff now seemed to be in remarkably good health, and as it was not likely that Mr. Burke would actually propose marriage to Willy until he saw some signs of failing in Mrs. Cliff, he might have to wait a long, long time; during which his intended victim would probably grow so wrinkled and old that even the most debased of fortune- hunters would refuse to have her. - "Mrs. Cliff's Yacht", Frank R. Stockton.
- This famous structure built with blood and mud, with debased coin and base libels, has crumbled in the twinkle of an eye. - "German Problems and Personalities", Charles Sarolea.
- Your child, though unknown and unacknowledged, better that it died than lived my life over again, cursed with the proud Anglo- Saxon blood, debased by the African taint, that, if it exists but in the slightest degree, poisons all the rest. - "Mabel's Mistake", Ann S. Stephens.