Synonyms for Degraded:


disgraced (adjective)
debased, depraved.
low (adjective)
ill-bred, undignified.
misused (adjective)
maltreated, defiled, ill-used, debauched, abused, debased, violated, ill-treated, despoiled, misused, desecrated.
reduced (adjective)
lowered, marked down.
vulgar (adjective)
coarse, glaring, barbaric, obscene, indelicate, cockney, idiomatic, garish, chintzy, unseemly, common, gross, philistine, base, low, ignoble, rough, salty, animal, profane, sleazy, crude, rude, rank, coarse-grained, clumsy, vulgar, inelegant, shameless, ill-bred, crass, barnyard, repulsive, brazen, raw, undignified, graceless, in bad taste, cheap, unpolished, gaudy, ignominious, scandalous, tactless, sordid, offensive, colloquial, tasteless, depraved, outlandish, earthy, homespun, boorish, revolting, brutish, tawdry, broad, unrefined, unbecoming.


beastly (adverb)


degraded (noun)
low, debased, riotous, fast, dissolute, debauched, libertine, immoral, devalued, degenerate, profligate, dissipated.
disgraced (noun)


abased (verb)
dishonored, Abased, Mocked, shamed, Defamed, maligned, disgraced, embarrassed.
cheapened (verb)
devalued, marked down, Discounted, trimmed, Pared, lowered, Depreciated, Cheapened, devaluated, slashed, deflated, belittled, reduced, cut, shaved, diminished.
misused (verb)
despoiled, debased, desecrated, misused, abused, maltreated, ill-used, defiled, debauched, ill-treated, violated.
perverted (verb)
demoralized, adulterated, twisted, desecrated, distorted, vitiated, perverted, warped, corrupted, seduced, depraved, debauched, debased, deformed.

Other synonyms:

wicked. Other relevant words:
dissipated, degenerate, immoral, profligate, fast, libertine, riotous, wicked, dissolute.

Usage examples for degraded

  1. The " poor whites" were ignorant and degraded – Brief History of English and American Literature by Henry A. Beers
  2. It is difficult to conceive the great courage and presence of mind sometimes found in men so degraded as are the wretches who fill the office of spies. – The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton
  3. Why does he speak of them as degraded and despise them as the most ignoble creatures in Nature? – Natural Law in the Spiritual World by Henry Drummond