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  • n. Plural form of evildoing.


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  • Accidental deaths result from their bumbling evildoings.

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  • I'm going to the store immediately to buy another iPhone, so that I can fasten it between my legs in an attempt to thwart any evildoings.

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  • In Isaiah 1 and 3, the prophet implied that Sodom was destroyed for a bunch of evildoings and a failure to do good; seek justice, correct oppression … But there was no reference even hinting at homosexuality.

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  • Let me just quote my mother, what she used to say when we expressed outrage at a sibling's evildoings: "You're only encouraging him."

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  • But I forgive the quiz for those evildoings since it also intentionally or not points out the sexism of the average movie in a funny way.

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  • The other times, all I got from the police was a lecture on my evildoings and a stern warning.

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  • Be ye not as your fathers, unto whom the former prophets have cried, saying, Thus saith the LORD of hosts; Turn ye now from your evil ways, and from your evildoings: but they did not hear, nor hearken unto me, saith the LORD.

    Zechariah 1.

  • Even the gangsters and dictators must have excelled at their evildoings to generate such worldwide notoriety.

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  • Men have got up terrific lectures from them, authors have quoted from them whenever they desired an authority to prove that which they wished themselves and their readers to believe of trumped-up stories of Napoleon's despotism and evildoings.

    The Tragedy of St. Helena

  • Abenberger's evildoings, they nevertheless came out through other ways, and the poor wight was dismissed from the school.

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