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- n. The state or characteristic of being nefarious.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality or state of being nefarious.
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- n. the quality of being wicked
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But it does express my irritation with the way some liberals - and only some - assume a kind of nefariousness among those who have actually made a material success of their lives, and see no real loss in expropriating their moolah.
They'd give me a mouthful, no doubt, something about needing to stay clear of this nexus of national nefariousness.
I'm guessing I'd get a mouthful, something about needing to stay clear of this nexus of national nefariousness.
"A whole world of life-and-death nefariousness awaits both him and the reader, who will be well rewarded."
Incidentally, Vince McMahon, chairman of the WWE, who no doubt approved the stagecraft of such nefariousness, is married to Linda McMahon who's running for Senate in Connecticut.
Bribery slang frequently has several possible meanings that disguise the nature of the transaction, legitimize the practice or minimize its nefariousness.
While Stewart agrees that transparency is good, and just the night before was upset by WikiLeaks' information on Saudi Arabia, he also knows that secrecy doesn't always indicate nefariousness.
While Stewart agrees that transparency is good, and just the night before was upset by WikiLeaks 'information on Saudi Arabia, he also knows that secrecy doesn't always indicate nefariousness.
I am beyond rationalizing their motives and giving them low marks for (mkolb) nefariousness.
As if "in the fall" is some far-off time from now, a seemingly endless stretch in which nefariousness and general election fuckery can be plotted and hatched and rolled out.
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