sinful

[ sin-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF sinful

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SINFUL

She had to sacrifice her sinful and shameful affections; no more.

Do you not begin to feel prayer is really the help for this sinful world?

Why does the whole world, with all its delights, exist if it is sinful and must be renounced?

I am not a devil, but only a sinful woman who has lost her way, not figuratively but literally!'

He fled in fear the fatal scourge, seeking shelter, a sinful man, and entered in.

He 'blessed the condition of the birds, beasts, and fishes, for they had not a sinful nature.

I saw that the justice of God and my sinful soul could embrace and kiss each other.

Perhaps that sinful money might be equally malign to his own household.

So we couldn't have our children dirty and sinful too, you know, Possy!

As far as my weak and vain and sinful nature will permit, uncle!

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SINFUL

peccant

adjectiveliable to sin
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