Thesaurus / evil

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For anaerobic life, which does not use oxygen, “phosphine is not so evil,” Sousa-Silva says.
Quasimodo has been brought up by an evil politician who’s confined him his entire life within the borders of the Notre Dame Cathedral.
TOWARD A QUEER DISNEY CANONEMILY VANDERWERFFSEPTEMBER 4, 2020VOX
With a series of toy models, the researchers calculated that the biased cosmic ray particles were ever-so-slightly more likely to knock an electron loose from a “live” helix than from an “evil” one, an event that theoretically causes mutations.
A world of women is a world of people, still, with full human capacity for good or evil.
The pursuit of a favorable credit score to secure commercial loans for our cars and homes has been viewed as a necessary evil.
Stories like Maleficent, for instance, based on the evil godmother from Sleeping Beauty.
Evil is devised against you—evil you are powerless now to resist.
PABO, THE PRIESTSABINE BARING-GOULD
For a long time cats were dreaded by the people because they thought human beings had been changed to that form by evil means.
THE BOOK OF HALLOWE'ENRUTH EDNA KELLEY
"She sure does get into evil ways, sometimes," added Jim, laughingly.
And in the book it said, "It can be maintained that the evil of pride consists in being out of proportion to the universe."
TREMENDOUS TRIFLESG. K. CHESTERTON

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