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See definition of vices on Dictionary.com
  • nounbad habit; sin
  • nounweakness

synonyms for vices

  • carnality
  • corruption
  • debasement
  • debauchery
  • decay
  • degeneracy
  • depravity
  • evil
  • evildoing
  • ill
  • immorality
  • indecency
  • iniquity
  • lechery
  • lewdness
  • licentiousness
  • looseness
  • lubricity
  • lust
  • maleficence
  • malignance
  • offense
  • perversion
  • profligacy
  • rot
  • sensuality
  • squalor
  • transgression
  • trespass
  • venality
  • wickedness
  • wrong
  • libidinousness
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antonyms for vices

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  • chastity
  • cleanness
  • decency
  • development
  • good
  • goodness
  • growth
  • happiness
  • honor
  • improvement
  • kindness
  • modesty
  • morality
  • obedience
  • purity
  • right
  • virtue
  • good point
  • propriety
  • strength
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How to use vices in a sentence

I ne'er heard yet that any of these bolder vices wanted less impudence to gainsay what they did, than to perform it first.
PEARLS OF THOUGHTMATURIN M. BALLOU
He was scared from the world by its vices; and sometimes longed to repose his wearied spirit in the grave.
THE PASTOR'S FIRE-SIDE VOL. 3 OF 4JANE PORTER
He was a great persecutor of heretics, and united with great talents equally great vices.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
I believe that nearly all crimes, vices, cruelties, and other evil acts are due to ignorance or to mental disease.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
You are only an honest countryman wandering amid a crowd of courtiers—virtue in danger amid a myriad of vices.
MADAME ROLAND, MAKERS OF HISTORYJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
His was that rare type of character whose possessor remains master of his vices.
DOPESAX ROHMER
In this one respect, the virtues and vices of the day made, it might almost be said, common cause.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
He was a bachelor and had all the vices which, however, he religiously concealed.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
I had very nearly left two vices behind me at Glenogil—fishing and jesting at table.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 25 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
He developed a separate religion, a separate language, separate literatures and arts, separate vices and virtues.
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