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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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Hugo Chavez is more a well-meaning idiot than an evil-doer, but the question is the same: will he really go for his gun?
NNA - Vice Prime Minister, National Defense Minister, Samir Moqbel, on Wednesday said that the recurrent attempts by evil-doers to drag Lebanon into the warren of sedition or chaos have all failed thanks to the resilience of the army in coordination with other security services, and the awareness of the Lebanese.
Rosewarne applies ideas from communications studies as well as sociology, feminist theory, and psychology to characters and tropes in films and TV shows made after 1990, noting that Internet users are generally portrayed negatively on screen, as deviants or evil-doers, and that the Internet is portrayed as something dangerous.
While the US has struck from the air and managed to stem the march of these militants, it's time now that other nations joined the just fight against these evil-doers.
At night, Tad dreams about the evil-doers, reliving their crimes in horrifying, vivid detail.
When a rival army of evil-doers called Boggans attack the Leaf Men Queen Tara warrior Nod and MK stand against the onslaught.
When an army of evil-doers called Boggans led by evil Mandrake (Christoph Waltz) attempts to take over the forest and destroy the Leaf Men and their benevolent leader, Queen Tara and MK fight side by side to save this magical world.
Chris Wedge's vibrant computer-animated film reveals a long-standing feud between tiny eco-warriors called Leaf Men, who protect Mother Nature and are invisible to humans, and an army of evil-doers called Boggans, who are armed to the sharpened teeth with infectious mould.
He described their acts as an 'open war on Allah,'' praying to God to purify the country of the evil-doers who seek to wreak havoc in the homeland.
Atrocities against citizens can be documented more easily and "we can start trials against evil-doers before (their acts are) even stopped," he said.
The web-tastic crusader, more used to cracking crime and saving citizens from evil-doers, had just donned his outfit to start his stage show when an alert went out that seven-year-old Aren had wandered off.
Evil-doers have reasons for their actions; blame is assignable, in the received view, when actions are fully intentional.
In a post that was sent on a Chinese microblog similar to Twitter just before his attack, he said he wanted "to use action to remove evil-doers for the people".
The British High Commissioner in the Land of Israel, Sir John Chancellor, published a statement following the massacre, saying, I have learned with horror of the atrocious acts committed by bodies of ruthless and bloodthirsty evil-doers, of savage murders perpetrated upon defenseless members of the Jewish population regardless of age or sex, accompanied as at Hebron, by acts of unspeakable savagery, of the burning of farms and houses in town and country and of the looting and destruction of property.
Equally, none of the male evil-doers have come close to Connie James, a doublecrossing spook who looked like Miss Marple then slit a colleague's throat with a garrotte wire pulled from her bra.