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bastardry

[bas-ter-dree] /ˈbæs tər dri/
noun, Australia and New Zealand.
1.
unpleasant, often aggressive behavior.
Origin of bastardry
1635-1645
1635-45, for earlier sense; bastard + -ry
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bastardry

/ˈbɑːstədrɪ; ˈbæs-/
noun
1.
(slang, mainly Austral) malicious or cruel behaviour
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