Definition of wickedness in English:

wickedness

Syllabification: wick·ed·ness
Pronunciation: /ˈwikidnəs
 
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noun

The quality of being evil or morally wrong: the wickedness of the regime
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  • There is not a word in the English dictionary to really describe this pre-meditated act of evil and wickedness.
  • All sense of right and wrong became blurred and a culture of wickedness replaced the old values and traditions.
  • Indeed, there are few acts of comparable deliberate and indiscriminate wickedness in human history.
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