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Sentence count:53Posted:2017-04-03Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: wickedtirednesswretchednesswednesdaysadnesscoldnessmadnesskindnessMeaning: ['wɪkɪdnɪs]  n. 1. morally objectionable behavior 2. absence of moral or spiritual values 3. the quality of being wicked 4. estrangement from god 5. the quality of being disgusting to the senses or emotions. 
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1. Wickedness does not go altogether unrequited. 
2. Wickedness does no go altogether unrequited. 
3. If thou wouldest live long,live well;for folly and wickedness shorten life.
4. Don't try to justify his wickedness.
5. I class that as wickedness.
6. This was a fiendish act of wickedness.
7. Janir was in an ecstasy of wickedness and transgression.
8. It was the wickedness that soaks into your blood and slowly heats up and begins to boil.
9. What horrors and impurities and wickedness exist under convention's cloak.
10. Their wickedness was emphasised by several large posters detailing the dangers of both active and passive smoking.
11. It was not wickedness that led him into crime but a cheerfully impulsive nature and an almost complete lack of reasoning power.
12. But what among all the streaks of wickedness in human nature are you going to write about?
13. A personification of wickedness and ungodliness alluded to in the Old and New Testaments.
14. Not for any mortal sin, but the wickedness of my abhorrent face!
15. V 150 after wickedness draw near; they are far from Thy law.
16. Your own wickedness will correct you, And your apostasies will reprove you.
17. A fruitful land into barrenness, for the wickedness of them that dwell therein.
18. During the course of the next few months I uncovered a tale of wickedness and depravity hard to credit.
19. Maybe they too are rational rather than irrational, morally disreputable rather than organically abnormal,(sentence dictionary) overwhelmed by adversity rather than by wickedness.
20. The smug mask of virtue triumphant could be almost as horrible as the face of wickedness revealed.
21. Gregory regarded these claims as being marks of particular wickedness, and he saw the Merovingians as being, for the most part, rapacious.
22. Morality is often rendered impotent by human selfishness, avarice and wickedness. And few people take morality seriously, or are committed to what is morally right, when personal interests are at stake. Dr T.P.Chia 
23. In spite of his loathing for her, in spite of the wickedness that had taken hold of him, Beth would persevere.
24. The belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary; men alone are quite capable of every wickednessJoseph Conrad 
25. Tigger tries the patience of his fellows not by wickedness but by excessive high-spirits.
26. Society is produced by our wants, and government by our wickednessThomas Paine 
27. But more importantly, he suspected that Heathcliff was hiding his true wickedness under his gentlemanly appearance.
28. See the Bible: a book of lies and contradictions, and a history of bad times, bad men and wickedness that has served to corrupt and brutalise mankind.
29. There Oliverotto too was captured, a year after he committed his parricide, * and together with Vittellozzo, who had been his teacher in his virtues and wickedness, he was strangled.
30. In this scene He saw symbolized the dispersion of the whole Jewish nation for their wickedness and impenitence .
More similar words: wickedtirednesswretchednesswednesdaysadnesscoldnessmadnesskindnessgoodnesshardnessloudnessstaidnessweirdnessawkwardnessfor goodness sakesicknessthicknesshomesicknesswickcockedpackeddockedtuckedshockedcrackedwreckedblockedhigh-neckedearnestnesssicken
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