Definition of Sodom in English:

Sodom

Syllabification: Sod·om
Pronunciation: /ˈsädəm
 
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1A town in ancient Palestine, probably south of the Dead Sea. According to Genesis, it was destroyed by fire from heaven, together with Gomorrah, for the wickedness of its inhabitants.
1.1 (as noun a Sodom) A wicked or depraved place.
More example sentences
  • ‘We want to stop the hurried flight of humanity towards a Sodom and Gomorra situation, and we want to save it,’ he added.
  • Some may call Gotham City a Sodom and Gomorra of the modern era, but even with its faults and abundance of vice, there are still good people there trying to survive.
  • Clearly only a man of iron self-discipline can be trusted in such a Sodom.

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