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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to wretch:   (119 results)

Often used in the same context:
cretin, stoolie, wretches, reprobate, fornicator, blackguard, lecher, churl, dissembler, scumbag, backslider, harridan, wino, lout, nincompoop, simp, rotter, hellbound, ninny, poltroon, fuckwit, misanthrope, phlegmy, incubus, lowlife, slob, sponger, sinner, moralizer, oaf, shmuck, mumbler, sociopath, boor, schnook, lowliness, mewl, unfortunates, gasbag, cuckold, schmoe, dolt, gorgon, souls, conniver, sluggard, windbag, schlemiel, twerp, cokehead, lech, tosspot, loathsomeness, crackhead, dunghill, harlot, harlotry, deviltry, strumpet, twit, old codger, idolater, clodhopper, simpering, virago, twat, raskolnikov, retch, monomaniac, scrivener, whities, lamebrain, dangling participle, whoremonger, braggart, slanderer, imbecile, somnambulist, prig, pedant, fiend, schlub, charlatan, peckerwood, moron, bookman, rascal, nitwit, solipsist, blockhead, halfwit, buffoon, putrescence, whore, sayer, dunderhead, dirtbag, drunkard, scoundrel, scoundrels, brute, coward, cur, miscreant, brutes, cowards, scamp, outcast, beggar, rascals, ruffian, blackguards, miscreants, villain

Appears in the definition of:
unfeeling

More general:
miscreant, reprobate, victim

Synonyms:
poor devil

Also try:
— Adjectives for wretch: poor, miserable, little, old, unhappy, ungrateful, unfortunate, vile, wicked, guilty, infamous, more...

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See wretch used in context: 8 rhymes, 54 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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