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Kidman and Grant, veteran actors who both played deliciously evil “Paddington” villains, are the obvious draw.

Poisonous mushrooms actually look evil, though, an offer of good faith from Mother Nature.

Mushroom Hunting at the End of the WorldDanny PalumboNovember 12, 2020Eater

Imagining “such a team of evil geniuses,” Saulson says, “became laughable.”

Mackey says that business isn’t evil, but that it should change toward this model because it creates immense value in society.

As Walter’s enemies grew in stature, the evils he committed to take them down grew in stature, too.

Saturday Night Live will not save youEmily VanDerWerffOctober 2, 2020Vox

He laughed at this—but evilly, and no further word could I get out of either of them.

A Frontier MysteryBertram Mitford

How evilly could Life desert a man and kill him with loneliness.

Seeing himself so evilly entreated, Ulenspiegel played him different tricks and this among them.

The Legend of UlenspiegelCharles de Coster

There is no reason why children should be taught to look on step-mothers in general as evilly disposed persons.

The damsel was evilly clad in rags, and seemed like a scullion-maid.

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