baseness definition

  • noun:
    • the standard or problem to be base.
    • the caliber of being unworthy to put up virtues or value.
    • the standard or problem to be base; degradation; vileness.
    • their state or problem to be base or reduced in scale; meanness of grade; lowliness, as of delivery or station.
    • That which is base or low; such a thing of an ignoble level or high quality; meanness, as of connection or employment.
    • Illegitimacy of beginning; bastardy.
    • hawaii or top-notch becoming morally mean or vile; vileness; worthlessness.
    • Of metals: Liability to rust: against nobleness.
    • Inferior or debased high quality, the consequence of having already been alloyed with a less expensive metal; spuriousness.
    • Deepness of sound.
    • unworthiness by virtue of lacking greater values

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