حَقِير \ bloody: (not polite) very (bad): a bloody fool; a bloody good try. contemptible: that ought to be treated with contempt: That was a contemptible thing to do to a friend. coward: a person without courage. humble: of low rank; simple; plain: a humble worker; a humble meal. lousy: very nasty. low: not great in rank or importance: the lower classes of society; the lowest class in the school. lowly: (of work or a home) suited to a simple person with no social pride: I was content to do the lowly work of a roadsweeper. mean: poor: a mean little house in a back street. petty: spiteful or ungenerous in small matters. pitiful: shamefully weak: a pitiful attempt. squalid: (of a place or condition) dirty, for lack of care: a squalid kitchen; a squalid existence. vile: very nasty; shameful: a vile smell; vile cruelty. \ See Also وضيع (وَضيع)، قذر (قَذِر)، مزر (مُزْر)، خسيس (خَسِيس)‏

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