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- n. A degradation of a language caused by the passage of time or geographical remoteness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An act that debases or corrupts.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of declaring or of rendering bastard or illegitimate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an act that debases or corrupts
- n. declaring or rendering bastard
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Governors Island hamlet called Goverthing (a bastardization of a Dutch word).
The item that was easiest to spot the differences between the Irish original and our bastardization was the soda bread.
I'm not saying the film looks wonderful, AT ALL, but it's far from 'bastardization' of the book, as it never intended to use the story at all
OpEdNews - Quicklink: Limbaugh misquotes Constitution while arguing Obama policies are 'bastardization' of Constitution.
Limbaugh misquotes Constitution while arguing Obama policies are 'bastardization' of Constitution.
KB: So this "bastardization" led you to erect and paint the Bruno S Island Acting School into the blueprints of the Louvre?
The "bastardization" of Latinos with this cancerous American culture could carry a decimating price.
I feel a need to pre-emptively defend myself here: I use "bastardization" precisely because it is itself a bastardization.
• The "bastardization" of public art in Harrisburg
-- Rush Limbaugh, inaccurately citing the Constitution after accusing Obama of "bastardization" of the Constitution.