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affront something that is said or done on purpose to be rude or mean. [2 definitions]
aggressive mean and unfriendly in one's actions; ready to argue or start fights. [1/2 definitions]
amen a word used at the end of a prayer or statement to mean "may it be so."
contempt the feeling or expression of angry disgust at something wicked, mean, or not worthy. [1/2 definitions]
cutting hurting someone's feelings; mean. [1/3 definitions]
denote to be a name for; mean. [1/2 definitions]
designate to stand for or mean. [1/3 definitions]
dirty nasty; mean. [1/6 definitions]
homonym a word that is pronounced and often spelled the same as another word, but has a different meaning. In the sentence, "She was mean to me, but she didn't mean it," the two instances of "mean" are homonyms.
line1 a mathematical figure that is represented by a long, straight, unbroken mark with arrows at each end. The arrows mean that the line continues endlessly in both directions. A line, in mathmatics, has length that goes on forever but no width. [1/11 definitions]
lousy (informal) nasty or mean. [1/3 definitions]
meant past tense and past participle of "mean1."
mock to make fun of in a mean way. [1/3 definitions]
monster a person who is mean or cruel. [1/4 definitions]
nasty rude, mean, or hateful; not nice or decent. [1/3 definitions]
ornery mean; stubborn.
petty mean, or having a narrow mind. [1/2 definitions]
Ph.D. a degree that is earned following college after several years of additional study and the completion of a major research project. "Ph.D." is an abbreviation of Latin words which mean "Doctor of Philosophy."
pick on (informal) to treat someone in a mean way, either with words or in a physical way.
rat (slang) a mean person, especially one who betrays someone else; tattletale. [1/3 definitions]
R.I.P. an abbreviation for Latin words that mean "rest in peace." R.I.P is used when a person dies and is often written on a person's gravestone.