evil-doing

[ ee-vuh l-doo-er, ee-vuh l-doo-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF evil-doing
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And the greatest degree of evil-doing to one's own city would be termed by you injustice?

It had lived on an empire of evil-doing, and his evil-doing was at an end.

For how should they who do evil be friends with those who hate all evil-doing?

Not that Pledge, by any direct influence, incited him to evil-doing.

One hears of such careers of evil-doing and can scarcely credit them.

That I don't know; but I know for certain that I must take no part in evil-doing.

That is, cheatery or evil-doing will almost invariably come to light.

It is one long tale of evil-doing and of the sorrow which it brings.

He had been afraid that there had been a witness of his evil-doing.

Evil-doing will not bury itself out of the way and be done with.

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