iniquitous

[ ih-nik-wi-tuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF iniquitous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INIQUITOUS

My blood be upon your own heads and upon this iniquitous and monstrous tribunal.

I, despoiled by those knaves, the victim of an iniquitous sentence.

I even made a bet about it, which shows how iniquitous gambling is.

May the New-Orleans compounder be forgiven the iniquitous mixture!

And that iniquitous Yankee scoundrel who has slipped through my fingers.

He also infringed the iniquitous orders of the thirty tyrants of Athens.

The Pope's face hardened when he read the iniquitous letter.

At least he had sent them on to a judgment from which they could not escape with iniquitous smiles.

But Barry's iniquitous proposal to him weighed heavy on his conscience.

This iniquitous system has been denounced in the press for years.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INIQUITOUS

sinful

adjectiveimmoral, criminal
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