Hateful vs Bastarding - What's the difference?

hateful | bastarding |


As adjectives the difference between hateful and bastarding

is that hateful is evoking a feeling of hatred while bastarding is (uk|informal) damned, bloody; hateful.

hateful

English

Alternative forms

* hatefull

Adjective

(en-adj)
  • Evoking a feeling of hatred.
  • Dislikeable.
  • Full of hatred.
  • Derived terms

    * hatefully * hatefulness

    Antonyms

    * loveful

    bastarding

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • (UK, informal) damned, bloody; hateful
  • * 1983 , Richard Jenkins, Lads, citizens, and ordinary kids: working-class youth life-styles in Belfast
  • I had to clean all the bastarding bricks. I had to sit down and scrape all the mortar off them, for fuck's sake...
  • * 1989 , Leslie Thomas, The adventures of Goodnight and Loving
  • 'No, I fucking well haven't,' confirmed George, regarding him bitterly. 'I will call the police.' 'Call the bastarding police,' challenged the angry George.