evil doing

[ ee-vuh l-doo-er, ee-vuh l-doo-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF evil doing
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A brow of stone, that in his evil doing no blush of shame may ever be seen.

How could that be evil doing that was all charity and kindness and healing?

"It is an evil doing of some one," muttered the old man, with sombre eyes.

We tend to suspect Fenestra of evil doing because we dislike him so heartily.

We should in this case not be curing him, but simply confirming him in his evil doing.

The revision reads, "Fret not thyself, it tendeth only to evil doing."

He thinks of men's evil doing, of human suffering, and of civil war.

Kagax was jerked swiftly into the air, and his evil doing was ended forever.

Little by little the gallant husband formed the habit of infidelity, and even ended by showing a grievous alacrity in evil doing.

The unknown animal, suspected of evil doing, deserved no further enquiry.

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