evildoer


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Synonyms for evildoer

Synonyms for evildoer

a person who sins (without repenting)

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Chapter Two, "Obscene Enjoyment," further develops the theme of the subjective corollaries to evil and the effects of the split between the mind and the body, as well as ideality and materiality, on the psyche of the evildoer.
Hugo Chavez is more a well-meaning idiot than an evildoer, but the question is the same: will he really go for his gun?
They see a jungle where evildoers, who are all around, must be hunted down and destroyed.
The witch, suggests Holzman's story (based on Gregory Maguire's novel) is more misunderstood crusader than evildoer.
Unfortunately, however, he fails to admit that it is not in the African tradition for the elders of the community to keep silent in the face of an evildoer, whether that evildoer is a chief, paramount chief, king or just a commoner.
In Jesus and Nonviolence: A Third Way (Fortress Press, 2003), Wink denies that nonviolence is merely a passive response to evil, describes many successful nonviolent movements in scripture and history, and argues that Jesus' command not to resist the evildoer (Matt 5:39) is actually a call not to use evil (or violent) means in resisting evil.
But, because of the sarcastic tone with which he speaks to Jesus, the hearer understands that the evildoer does not really believe that Jesus is the anointed one.
On the first reading the novel appears to be the story of an evildoer being frustrated in her efforts to perpetrate more evil.
Paul did, that government carries the sword as 'the minister of God,' to 'execute wrath' upon the evildoer.
He was a shyster, for sure, but not quite the evildoer of the popular imagination.
The real action was from the police who had just turned up in huge numbers to investigate a wino that had suffered a head injury from an evildoer who ran off.
An evildoer whose testimony before the 9/11 Commission is nothing but a grandstanding load of transparent lies in a pitiable attempt to hype sales of his libelous collection of untruths published by a subsidiary of Viacom, which also owns CBS (wink-wink).
Therefore in an attempt to live ethically, I admit to you that I am a lawbreaking evildoer.
While nothing is easier than to denounce the evildoer, nothing is more difficult than to understand him.
In the film, directed by Franziska Busch, Emil is sent to Berlin, robbed and beset by misfortune until he meets up with the cheeky Pony and her gang who help to pursue the evildoer Grundeis and set everything right.