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Synonyms for evil

Synonyms for evil

bringing, predicting, or characterized by misfortune

that which is morally bad or objectionable

whatever is destructive or harmful

a cause of suffering or harm

Synonyms for evil

that which causes harm or destruction or misfortune

morally bad or wrong

having the nature of vice

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having or exerting a malignant influence

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The wizard Saruman gazes into the Palantir to see the future--and succumbs to Sauron, the Evil One.
We understand that this was all to give them the experience of what may happen when they disobey God and listen to the temptation presented by the Evil One.
Well, by the time you reach the end you almost wish it had because the evil one seems to have most of the best moves.
Is there any doubt they will succeed and rid the world of evil one more time?
When they arrive, pilgrims throw pebbles at three walls, which symbolize three apparitions of the Evil One.
Musing on the state of affairs, he told the crowd, "The real enemy is, as we all know, the evil one himself.
The Evil One has made deep inroads into so many parts of our world, including America.
Jesus believed that his voice, replayed over and over, would distract the Evil One, ending the control Kieli maintained over Jesus since he was a child under the influence of his grandfather.
Sunday is the biggest night of the three, with a performance by the all female Black Sabbath tribute band Mistress of Reality upstairs and some spinning by DJ Evil One downstairs.
Clinton peered into Milosevic's heart and saw a politician--an evil one, but a politician nonetheless.
Bear in mind that it was the president's ultimatum to the Taliban regime demanding the surrender of bin Laden, also known as "The Evil One," that precipitated the war on Afghanistan.
This dialogue upheld the notion of a hybrid characterization of woman, one who displayed both a sweet, passive side and a corrupt, evil one.
Bucatinsky: I think it's easier to believe Tom is the devil and evil one, but I think there's something much more honest about Tom than Eli.
is an evil one meant to impose hegemony over the world.
Is there, then, no limit to the amount of evil one can tolerate without lashing out?