Thesaurus / wickedness

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

He sends down his wickedness to the country and tempts weak folks to sin.
GALLEGHER AND OTHER STORIESRICHARD HARDING DAVIS
He's taken to drink, and is spending in wickedness the money his father left him.
He was a Great Spirit, who was expelled from heaven, or the happy hunting grounds, because of his wickedness.
You said in your letter to me the other day, Jonathan, that you thought things were bad because of the wickedness of man's nature.
What Whitefield says of his boyhood's wickedness must be received with caution.
If she were well disposed, she might pass, but her wickedness is insupportable.
THE MEMOIRS OF THE LOUIS XIV. AND THE REGENCY, COMPLETEELIZABETH-CHARLOTTE, DUCHESSE D'ORLEANS
He's three fathom long, as big around as the mainmast, and made up principally of muscle and wickedness.'
SIDE SHOW STUDIESFRANCIS METCALFE
I am one of those citizens whom it was a shame and wickedness to beat with rods.
THE GOSPEL OF ST. JOHNFREDERICK DENISON MAURICE
Oh, the wickedness of these cities and the foreigners that are dragging our American homes down to their own level!
IN A LITTLE TOWNRUPERT HUGHES
The wickedness and cruelty of the crime were only equalled by the clumsy and unskilful manner of its perpetration.

WORDS RELATED TO WICKEDNESS

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