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heinous 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈhānəs/,
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(of a person or wrongful act, esp. a crime) Utterly odious or wicked,
  1. (of a person or wrongful act, esp. a crime) Utterly odious or wicked
    • - a battery of heinous crimes

  1. flagitious: extremely wicked, deeply criminal; "a flagitious crime"; "heinous accusations"
  2. (heinously) in a terribly evil manner; "the child was heinously murdered"
  3. (heinousness) atrocity: the quality of being shockingly cruel and inhumane
  4. Totally reprehensible
  5. (heinousness) The property of being heinous
  6. Awful, scary, monstrous; any activity fraught with extreme danger.
  7. from the French haine, which is correctly pronounced hainous as it was formerly written, is such a palpable error that no lexicographer can be justified in giving it his sanction.
  8. Sorority girls' favorite word for ugly.
  9. Hateful, atrocious, odious, offensive.
  10. hei·nous (hâąnes) adjective Grossly wicked or reprehensible; abominable: a heinous crime. [Middle English, from Old French haineus, from haine, hatred, from hair, to hate, from Frankish *hatjan.] . heiąnous·ly adverb . heiąnous·ness noun
  11. An extremely difficult or dangerous.
  12. Adj. Not good. ie. “That wipeout was heinous dude.”