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evil British & World English

Profoundly immoral and wicked

evil English Thesaurus

an evil deed

evil-doer English Thesaurus

they exacted vengeance on the evil-doers

evil-minded British & World English

Having wicked or harmful intentions; malicious

king's evil British & World English

Scrofula, formerly held to be curable by the royal touch

evil-doing English Thesaurus

a fiend bent on evil-doing

evil-looking British & World English

Wicked or frightening in appearance

evil-smelling British & World English

Having an extremely unpleasant smell

the evil eye British & World English

A gaze or stare superstitiously believed to cause harm

the lesser evil British & World English

The less unpleasant of two undesirable possibilities

a necessary evil British & World English

Something that is undesirable but must be accepted

genius British & World English

A person regarded as exerting a powerful influence over another for good or evil

put off the evil day British & World English

Postpone something unpleasant for as long as possible

money is the root of all evil British & World English

Avarice gives rise to selfish or wicked actions

the evil eye in evil British & World English

A gaze or stare superstitiously believed to cause harm

evildoer British & World English

A person who commits profoundly immoral and wicked deeds

the lesser evil in lesser British & World English

The less unpleasant of two undesirable possibilities

a necessary evil in necessary British & World English

Something that is undesirable but must be accepted

put off the evil day in evil British & World English

Postpone something unpleasant for as long as possible

the lesser evil or the lesser of two evils in lesser British & World English

The less unpleasant of two undesirable possibilities

money is the root of all evil in money British & World English

Avarice gives rise to selfish or wicked actions

put off the evil day or hour in evil British & World English

Postpone something unpleasant for as long as possible

tree of knowledge British & World English

(In the Bible) the tree in the Garden of Eden bearing the forbidden fruit which Adam and Eve disobediently ate (Gen. 2:9, 3)

tree of knowledge of good and evil in tree of knowledge British & World English

(In the Bible) the tree in the Garden of Eden bearing the forbidden fruit which Adam and Eve disobediently ate (Gen. 2:9, 3)

the love of money is the root of all evil in money British & World English

Avarice gives rise to selfish or wicked actions


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