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bastard

adjective
(1) Born out of wedlock; illegitimate.
(2) Not genuine; adulterated; ersatz.

noun A popular term for an extremely unpleasant, rude and/or malicious person.
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INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS 18, 153mins Opens Wednesday, August 19
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