Definition of 'debased'
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Only because the vocabulary relating to it is so archaic and debased that one ends up sounding like either a fundamentalist or a lunatic.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
`Thugs," said Kemp, his head swimming only just above swirling soupy water, `now there's a word that's been debased.IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE
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