evildoer

[ ee-vuh l-doo-er, ee-vuh l-doo-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF evildoer

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He keeps on calling to the evildoer: 'Now you'll be found out!

And by the way, sir, your Church is solid for punishment of the evildoer.

Every effort will be made to prevent the evildoer, and to convert him to the good way.

But whose help can be implored by him, to whom the king himself acts as an evildoer?

He drew a powerful picture of the life of the evildoer here below.

The evildoer mourns in this world, and he mourns in the next, he mourns in both.

Evil is he who dreams such dreams, and seven times an evildoer he who believes them.

There is nothing that makes us feel so good as the idea that some one else is an evildoer.

He was not, so far as can be learned, an evildoer, and he certainly was not beheaded.

In fact the evildoer may not have done so much harm as one might think.

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