bastard

Bastard vs Baster - What's the difference?

bastard | baster |


As nouns the difference between bastard and baster

is that bastard is bastard (a person born to unmarried parents; also used as an insult) while baster is one who bastes.

Badass vs Bastard - What's the difference?

badass | bastard |


As nouns the difference between badass and bastard

is that badass is (us|slang) a mean or belligerent person; a person with extreme attitudes, behavior or appearance while bastard is bastard (a person born to unmarried parents; also used as an insult).

As an adjective badass

is (us|slang) having extreme appearance, attitude, or behavior that is considered admirable.

Me vs Bastard - What's the difference?

me | bastard |


As a pronoun me

is my; of mine.

As a noun bastard is

bastard (a person born to unmarried parents; also used as an insult).

Bastard vs Bruh - What's the difference?

bastard | bruh |


As a noun bastard

is bastard (a person born to unmarried parents; also used as an insult).

As a verb bruh is

.

Prick vs Bastard - What's the difference?

prick | bastard |


As nouns the difference between prick and bastard

is that prick is a small hole or perforation, caused by piercing while bastard is bastard (a person born to unmarried parents; also used as an insult).

As a verb prick

is to pierce or puncture slightly.

Bastard vs Undefined - What's the difference?

bastard | undefined |


As a noun bastard

is bastard (a person born to unmarried parents; also used as an insult).

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Wedlock vs Bastard - What's the difference?

wedlock | bastard |


In obsolete terms the difference between wedlock and bastard

is that wedlock is a wife; a married woman while bastard is to bastardize.

As nouns the difference between wedlock and bastard

is that wedlock is the state of being married; matrimony while bastard is a person who was born out of wedlock, and hence often considered an illegitimate descendant.

As an adjective bastard is

of or like a bastard (illegitimate human descendant.

As an interjection bastard is

exclamation of strong dismay or strong sense of being upset.

As a verb bastard is

to bastardize.

Bastard vs Capitalist - What's the difference?

bastard | capitalist |


As nouns the difference between bastard and capitalist

is that bastard is bastard (a person born to unmarried parents; also used as an insult) while capitalist is a person who is a supporter of capitalism ().

As an adjective capitalist is

of, or pertaining to, capitalism.

Supposititious vs Bastard - What's the difference?

supposititious | bastard | Related terms |

Supposititious is a related term of bastard.


As an adjective supposititious

is spurious; substituted for the genuine, counterfeit.

As a noun bastard is

bastard (a person born to unmarried parents; also used as an insult).

Bastard vs Crossbred - What's the difference?

bastard | crossbred |


As adjectives the difference between bastard and crossbred

is that bastard is of or like a bastard (illegitimate human descendant while crossbred is produced by breeding from two breeds, varieties or species.

As verbs the difference between bastard and crossbred

is that bastard is to bastardize while crossbred is past tense of crossbreed.

As a noun bastard

is a person who was born out of wedlock, and hence often considered an illegitimate descendant.

As an interjection bastard

is exclamation of strong dismay or strong sense of being upset.

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