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- n. An evil or wicked act or behaviour, especially such a crime.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. evil behavior.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of transgressing; the violation of a law or a duty or moral principle
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I think she puts the kid with the mask out front so she can do her evildoing from the comfort of either her Rascal or Wal-Mart Lawn and Garden chair unnoticed.
After the expulsion from Paradise of Adam and Eve, Satan and his followers did not return to Hell, but remained on earth, the fallen angels becoming the evil gods of various idolatrous nations and Satan engaging in every kind of evildoing which he knew would vex the Powers of Heaven.
There will even be scorn for those who suggest that innocent victims are innocent victims no matter who they are -- an observation which will quickly be written off by some at the bottom of this article as mendacious moral equivalence, or willful ignorance of the obvious malice and evildoing of one side -- take your pick -- toward the other.
For a while this was shaping up as, if not quite one of football's most evil weeks, then at least a week when football could look back on its evildoing with a sense of having gone out there and really done a job.
What scintilla of evidence is there that our evildoing enemies are currently pursuing, or ever have been, a strategy of menial labour infiltration?
As a mother and a frequent animal-bite observer, of course I'd like more laws targeting these evildoing, dog-wielding creeps (not least because the dogs suffer, too).
Machiavelli admired Borgia for enforcing the summary punishment of evildoing without incurring the hatred of his subjects.
Like that classic bit of American animation, much of the comedy comes from taking people that we view as comic book super-villains and presented them and their day-to-day evildoing as exceedingly mundane.
They equate risk taking with wanton greed and evildoing.
There are many ways corruption can be identified; unequal outcome is not necessarily one of them. i.e., not evidence of evildoing - sorry.