Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He was like me, yet unlike; he was more evil—what I might become at my worst.

Life has no more evil for him who has made up his mind that it is no evil not to live.

That it could lead to more evil than a loveless marriage was not, however, to be feared.

Many people think there is more evil in the world than good.

There must surely be more evil in them than I ever dreamed of.'

The want of it has been the source of more evil than we have experienced from any other cause.

So they were crazed, one from drink, the other from some more evil cause.

The more evil they faced, the more religion they produced to answer it.

A Doll's House enacted has caused no more evil than Othello.

She confessed it, when she soon found that more evil spirits were revealed.