Definition of vile:
piteous, repellant, coarse, nervous, bestial, ill-scented, stinking, sottish, animal, ignoble, unintellectual, noisome, violative, beastly, swinish, abominable, pain, repelling, stupid, sordid, nasty, despicable, filthy, imbruted, slimy, low-down, smelly, pitiful, miserable, antipathetic, inclement, disgusting, brutish, insensible, stolid, offensive, odious, distasteful, brutal, base, brute, funky, unquiet, squalid, uneasy, pitiable, surly, execrable, ignorant, queasy, deplorable, carnal, foul, unspiritual, clean, unsavory, woeful, abhorrent, skanky, disgustful, hapless, yucky, nefarious, good, fetid, unwholesome, foul-smelling, repugnant, rotten, sick, sickening, lousy, pathetic, unworthy, nauseated, undeserving, nauseous, sickish, right, wicked, unsavoury, anxious, shabby, nauseating, loathsome, misfortunate, despisable, suffering, horrid, horrible, atrocious, like, lascivious, evil, obnoxious, loathly, horrifying, slimed, worthless, dysphemistic, foetid, frightful, infamous, detestable, sensual, ugly.
- bad (part of speech: adjective)
- despicable (part of speech: adjective)
- "The Trojan Women of Euripides", Euripides.
- "The Works of Aphra Behn, Vol. I (of 6)", Aphra Behn.
- "The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne", William J. Locke.