evil

[ ee-vuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF evil

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"His countenance and his voice troubled me, like the presence of evil," answered Philothea.

The best doctrines become the worst, when they are used for evil purposes.

I should be b-a-d, and I should sit up nights to invent new ways of evil.

From evil—physical, moral, and political—it is not our claim to be exempt.

But the evil has come with the good, and much fine gold has been corroded.

Be it considered, also, that men often overestimate their capacity for evil.

You have seen that life is fragile, and evil is real, and courage triumphs.

"I believe the Evil One is in the box," said he, with some vexation.

Where the Universal Good is all there can be no place for evil or evil spirits.

How would he stand against the evil influences surrounding him?

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