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Definition of "viler" []

  • Abominably wicked; shameful or evil (adjective)
  • Morally despicable; ignoble (adjective)
  • Disgusting to the senses or emotions; foul (adjective)
  • Tending to humiliate or degrade (adjective)
  • Unpleasant or bad (adjective)
  • Paltry (adjective)
  • Comparative form of vile: more vile (adjective)

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Use "viler" in a sentence
  • "He said, "They sink down into a certain prison, where they are called viler than the vile, or the vilest, and are set to work.""
  • "Iris Robinson has walked into her biggest controversy yet after stating in Parliament that homosexuality is "viler" than child sex abuse, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal today."
  • "Why kick Yve out of Eden again, when NaOnka is right there, viler than any snake?"