Definition of sinful in English:

sinful

Syllabification: sin·ful
Pronunciation: /ˈsinfəl
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

sinfully

adverb
More example sentences
  • You can't leave without savouring the sinfully delicious truffle, clothed in dark chocolate and served in a tiny espresso cup.
  • Remember to save some space for the mouthwatering dessert specials - cheesecake, or a sinfully sweet kiwi delicacy - and finish off the evening with freshly brewed coffee or tea.
  • And even that is not exactly true as the most diehard roots musician will have been influenced by some sinfully classic session that came out of a studio in Music City at some point.

sinfulness

noun
More example sentences
  • I hate all death represents, our fallenness, weakness, sinfulness, corruptness etc.
  • During this time he allows Jesus to soak up all of his sinfulness and depravity and then to fill him with the presence of Holy Spirit.
  • These words directly acknowledge the reality of systemic evil and individual sinfulness.
Synonyms

Origin

Old English synfull (see sin1, -ful).

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