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I’m not sure that I’m aware of any family in America that’s more evil than yours.
The book, which features classic horror elements — shambling corpses, an ancient evil unleashed — is either creepily satisfying or a trigger for your worst nightmare.
Capitalism has been condemned for many of the world’s evils, from massive income inequality to climate change.
Finally, we ranked the leadership qualities of each coach along an alignment chart, defining each of the nine as lawful good, lawful evil, chaotic good and chaotic evil.
Staying home as much as possible is a necessary evil to stop the wave of contagion.
AS STAY-AT-HOME RESTRICTIONS RISE, HERE ARE WAYS TO COPEWASHINGTON POST STAFF, ELIZABETH CHANG, MARI-JANE WILLIAMS, BECKY KRYSTAL, KENDRA NICHOLS, CAITLIN MOORE, STEPHANIE MERRY, MISSY ROSENBERG, KATHERINE LEEDECEMBER 2, 2020WASHINGTON POST
At last the evilness of these thoughts was plain to me; so quickly I cast the dagger overboard, and it was gone.
WULFRIC THE WEAPON THANECHARLES W. WHISTLER
He couldn't tell her of the dissipation he had seen in her brother's face, nor of the evilness that had been stamped there.
SQUARE DEAL SANDERSONCHARLES ALDEN SELTZER
Considered in the light of his evilness, the unanimous conclusion was that he had killed Timothy Brown.
THE FAITH OF MENJACK LONDON
And they say that the evilness of money hath made all things dearer.
Verily there is no worm-kind nor wild beast-kind like in evilness to an evil woman.

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