Adjective(1) born out of wedlock
(1) This has been part of the fallacy driving Junior's misbegotten strategy from day one.(2) The Duke wondered what he should do and the idea came into his head that he should go back to Abdullah's where this whole misbegotten night had started, as if by retracing his steps that way he could somehow straighten things out.(3) They aren't like anything we've seen on this misbegotten dirtball so far.(4) And what about you, George you misbegotten cretin.(5) The irony of it all is that what was once thought to be ├ö├ç├┐a very predictable, very successful marriage negotiation├ö├ç├û turns out be a disastrous misbegotten marriage.(6) We rejected the brutality, the propaganda, the misbegotten wars, the imperial arrogance.(7) But slowly it dawned on me that it was, perhaps, more about the most classic of misbegotten South African stereotypes.(8) Israel's colonisation of the West Bank and Gaza after 1967 was a misbegotten venture that has - deliberately - made it very much harder to negotiate a peace based on sharing the disputed land between two states.(9) But the prospect of unsettling protest within India was not a thing of the past, particularly following the misbegotten partition of Bengal in 1905.(10) Possibly because of this tragedy rightly overshadowing all other aspects, little has been heard of the monetary cost of this misbegotten adventure.(11) As I don't own a television, my irregular glimpses of that misbegotten medium derive from the hospitality of someone else.(12) Why couldn't they lock the woman up in the Tower of London for the rest of her misbegotten life?(13) Our capital cities and coastal conglomerates are full of misbegotten monstrosities.(14) It would be a boon to cities if they could get rid of such misbegotten places.(15) Even when she doesn't start it herself (and even I don't blame her for everything that happens in this misbegotten town), she flies straight to trouble like beetles to a lava lamp.(16) To call lifting 25 million people out of fear and despair, into freedom and hope, a misbegotten adventure beggars belief.
1. ill-conceived ::
2. contemptible ::
3. spurious ::
1. legitimate ::
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