Synonyms for Debased:


depraved (adjective)
corrupted, base, degraded, wicked.
depressed (adjective)
decreased, depressed, attenuated, lowered, sunken.
impure (adjective)
misused (adjective)
ill-used, abused, defiled, desecrated, violated, debauched, ill-treated, degraded, despoiled, misused, maltreated.
underestimated (adjective)
undervalued, belittled, underestimated, devalued, Depreciated.
wicked (adjective)
felonious, obnoxious, base, criminal, blameworthy, bad, immoral, iniquitous, wrongdoing, improper, evildoing, reprehensible, depraved, sadistic, Misdoing, shocking, debauched, sinful, sinister, corrupt, degenerate, damnable, indecent, lawbreaking, villainous, perverse, black, scandalous, wicked.


debased (noun)
corrupted, low, adulterated, degraded, vitiated, impure, devalued, adulterate, corrupt.


cheapened (verb)
marked down, deflated, Discounted, devalued, Pared, belittled, slashed, devaluated, reduced, Cheapened, Depreciated, cut, shaved, diminished, trimmed.
contaminated (verb)
Doctored, tampered with, contaminated.
depressed (verb)
sunk, Sank.
misused (verb)
desecrated, abused, debauched, violated, ill-used, maltreated, degraded, misused, defiled, ill-treated, despoiled.
perverted (verb)
warped, debauched, twisted, deformed, vitiated, adulterated, desecrated, Abased, demoralized, perverted, seduced, corrupted, depraved, degraded, distorted.
underestimated (verb)
devalued, Depreciated, belittled, underestimated, undervalued.

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Other relevant words:
impure, low, adulterate.

Usage examples for debased

  1. " This rash marriage has altered him," said the very just man of science in life: and that meant: " it has debased him." – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  2. By his power and royal state he debased and swallowed up the personal majesty of the King. – The Memoirs of Cardinal de Retz, Complete by Jean Francois Paul de Gondi, Cardinal de Retz
  3. It was comforting to the mother and son to know that the wanderer was not hardened and debased by his crime and the exposure; and they returned to their home submissive to their lot, sad and dreary as it was. – Haste and Waste by Oliver Optic