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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Morally objectionable behavior; The quality of being disgusting to the senses or emotions; Estrangement from god; Absence of moral or spiritual values.

Usage examples (27)
  • There he lies quietly, and neither he nor his wickedness is any more remembered than a tree which is broken to shivers.
  • Their worship was corrupt (v. 15): All their wickedness is in
  • If the world lieth in wickedness (1 John v. 19), to be sure it is guilty.
  • They see what wickedness is committed, and their spirits are stirred up, as for more
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