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Vile definition, wretchedly bad: a vile humor. See more.

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vile meaning: 1. unpleasant, immoral, and unacceptable: 2. extremely unpleasant : 3. evil or disgusting: . Learn more.

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Vile definition is - morally despicable or abhorrent. ... Synonym Discussion of vile. ... See the full definition for vile in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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Surely only an evil person could be so vile as to have made you so angry. Vile is something or someone so morally wrong or offensive as to be thoroughly ...

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A derogatory term to refer to somebody or some object that isn't particularly attractive. It could also refer to their personality and general characters which in total ...

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Definition of vile - extremely unpleasant. ... adjective. 1Extremely unpleasant. 'he has a vile temper'. 'vile smells'. More example sentences. 'I know Rob has ...

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Define vile (adjective) and get synonyms. What is vile (adjective)? vile (adjective) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Define vile. vile synonyms, vile pronunciation, vile translation, English dictionary definition of vile. adj. vil·er , vil·est 1. Morally depraved; ignoble or wicked: a vile ...

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vile definition: The definition of vile is offensive in a way that makes you want to leave. (adjective) An example of vile is a person's tasteless joke....