View definitions for nefariousness


noun as in atrocity

Discover More

Example Sentences

As the city is attacked by nefarious forces, five other avatars band together to save it and its people.

For example, images purporting to show people moving ballots in nefarious ways have gone viral—one turned out to be a poll worker moving ballots in an official capacity, and another turned out to be a photographer transporting equipment.

That would also cut down on more nefarious suppression tactics, such as reducing the number of polling stations in minority neighborhoods.

From Vox

Facebook’s verification process hasn’t stopped every nefarious political ad scheme.

From Digiday

There’s also no indication that there was anything nefarious about it.

It is these moments of consequenceless nefariousness that build a second image of the city.

Mary gratified her eager mind by careful studies in this chosen line of nefariousness.

The nefariousness of the scheme thus revealed infuriated Barmouth.

Even judges of their party accord them legal security in their political nefariousness.

There was a nefariousness about the new suggestion that proved very attractive in Blentmouth.


On this page you'll find 131 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nefariousness, such as: barbarity, horror, atrociousness, barbarousness, enormity, and heinousness.

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