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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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God-fearers do not make the headlines nor sell newspapers but evil doers do.
With the aid of well-timed crises, policy-makers fall in line with a predetermined agenda--not because they are Evil Doers or "imperialists" but because the shared mindset has been pre-conditioned to respond not to the facts but to manipulated emotions and consensus beliefs.
When we asked Keiser for his comments towards all this new found fame he replied, "If the regulators are not going to punish these evil doers than the public has to take matters into their own hands and historically this has meant decapitation.
Our deep sympathy to all those who have suffered from the hands of evil doers.
He called upon every police official to make it their motto to defend every aggrieved person by crushing the evil doers and struggling hard for provision of justice to the citizens.
Simon, along with his faction, prides themselves on doing good towards others and ridding both realms of evil doers.
MAUREEN Messent said we should forgive all evil doers because on the cross Jesus asked for his killers to be forgiven.
Harry is now in his sixth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, when he is once again called upon to battle against evil doers bent upon his distruction.
Chan (whose English is still only as good as my Mandarin - the language not the fruit) plays a Chinese ninja-fella trying to get back a jade Buddha stolen from his remote village by some evil doers.
Vaccines have been controversial since their inception, for reasons ranging from interfering with God's judgment against evil doers to modern concerns about individual risks.