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notorious known for something bad.
on the spot in a bad or uncomfortable position. [1/2 definitions]
out of sorts in a bad temper. [1/2 definitions]
pity sympathy or sorrow caused by another's pain, bad luck, or suffering. [1/3 definitions]
plot1 to make secret plans for a bad or illegal purpose. [1/4 definitions]
poor having bad fortune or bad luck (used to express sympathy). [1/5 definitions]
preservative a substance used to keep foods from going bad or spoiling.
rank2 having a strong and very bad smell or taste. [1/3 definitions]
rat (slang) to report the bad behavior of friends; tattle. [1/3 definitions]
reform the changing of wrong or bad conditions to make them better. [2/3 definitions]
relapse to return to bad behavior or poor health after a period of improvement. [1/2 definitions]
rescue the act of delivering from danger, harm, or other bad situations. [1/2 definitions]
rotten in the state of being rotted; bad; spoiled. [2 definitions]
scruple a belief about right and wrong that keeps a person from doing something that may be bad.
scum a person or persons considered to be low or bad. [1/2 definitions]
shame something to feel bad about, especially something lost or wasted; disappointment. [1/7 definitions]
shoe (plural; informal) place or position, either good or bad. [1/4 definitions]
skunk a small mammal with black and white fur and a bushy tail. Skunks defend themselves with a spray that smells very bad. They are active at night, when they hunt rodents, insects, and eggs. Several kinds of skunks live in North and South America. They are related to badgers, otters, and other kinds of weasels. [1/2 definitions]
smell to have or give off a bad odor; stink. [1/8 definitions]
sour bitter, unhappy, or otherwise in a bad mood. [1/7 definitions]
stink to give off a strong and bad smell. [3/4 definitions]