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Second-Rate

Pronunciation of Second-Rate
/sˈɛkəndɹˈe͡ɪt/, /sˈɛkəndɹˈe‍ɪt/, /s_ˈɛ_k_ə_n_d_ɹ_ˈeɪ_t/

Synonyms for second-rate:

Sense 1

dire, irreparable, second class, embarrassing, chronic, shocking, abysmal, egregious, low quality, dismal, crummy, sad, unspeakable, contemptible, ill, terribly, third-rate, poorly, puny, damning, pitiful, subhuman, low-class, dodgy, bastardized, catastrophic.

Sense 2

diabolical, appalling, atrocious.

Sense 3

weak, coarse, third class.

Sense 4

shabby.

commonplace

common.

trifling

unimportant.

unsatisfactory

disappointing.

Other synonyms and related words:

coarse, irreparable, atrocious, disappointing, execrable, indifferent, middling, puny, rotten, cheap, mediocre, bum, embarrassing, bad, low-rent, low quality, third class, contemptible, low-class, shoddy, low-grade, subhuman, catastrophic, sleazy, run-of-the-mill, crummy, ill, lousy, miserable, junky, cheesy, common, trashy, dismal, ordinary, medium, average, sad, gimcrack, third-rate, shabby, wretched, fair, substandard, dire, run-of-the-mine, bastardized, cheapjack, minor, bargain-basement, pitiful, poor, unimportant, weak, terrible, chronic, secondary.

cheap (adjective)

terrible, rotten, lousy, ordinary, bad, trumpery, sleazy, trashy, junky, cheesy.

common (adjective)

middling, passable.

crummy (adjective)

third-rate, contemptible, miserable.

imperfect (adjective)

blotched, defective, blemished, faulty, inadequate, spoiled, deficient, flawed, imperfect, incomplete, tainted.

inferior (adjective)

low-grade, substandard.

lousy (adjective)

crummy, execrable, faulty.

low (adjective)

puny, cut rate.

low-grade (adjective)

low-rent.

mean (adjective)

pitiful, wretched.

mediocre (adjective)

indifferent, fair, common, run-of-the-mill, so-so, medium.

second-class (adjective)

second class.

Sense 1 (noun)

pitiful, dire, embarrassing.

Sense 2 (noun)

low quality, common, second class, shabby, substandard, low-grade.

inferior (noun)

substandard, low-grade, scrub.

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